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Thieves making £200 a time stealing car charging cables

With the UK set to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030, the future of the motor trade industry really is electric, but that’s leading to a new type of crime – the theft of car charging cables.

Why now is the time to buy an electric car?

Why now is the time to buy an electric car?

When electric cars first released were somewhat of a gimmick something that many thoughts wouldn’t take off for a very long time due to the limitations it posed when they were first released.

What to look for when getting an electric scooter

What to look for when getting an electric scooter

People these days are having a hard time commuting to work. Roads are full of cars, and traffic is starting to become unbearable. With the help of technology and through the power of advancement in chips and batteries, an electric scooter has become a trend and an alternative solution in using cars and public transportation.

Best electric cars on the market right now

Best electric cars on the market right now

Electric cars burst onto the scene just over ten years ago however back then there were many limitations to them with many of us consumers worried about the performance of them and how they would replace fuel alternative on the road.

How have electric cars increased in popularity

Electric cars are a common sight on the roads in 2020 and this has been a gradual process over the last 10 years and the world has changed significantly in this time.

The best electric cars on the market

The best electric cars on the market

With electric cars finally breaking into the mainstream, we are seeing more and more people delve into the market and reap the benefits from the electric car.

About electric and hybrids cars in the UK

About electric and hybrids cars in the UK

UK government is pushing for electric cars with a promise to end sales of vehicles with petrol and diesel engines by 2040. It is a part of the government’s ‘the Road to Zero’ strategy which outlines the steps that will be taken, so the transition towards electric cars in 2050 is as seamless as possible.

Petrol or hybrid? Which one to go for?

But most of us have grown accustomed to our diesel and petrol vehicles. The prospect of buying an electric or hybrid alternative can pose more questions than it answers.

The changing face of fuel

In recent years the transport sector in the UK has faced stark criticism over its failure to reduce its contribution to global warming.

What can we expect for the future of fuel?

The electric vehicle market experienced a record year in sales in 2017, averaging over 4,000 new registrations per month in the UK — a significant increase compared to 2013 figures, which witnessed just 3,500 new registrations over the entire year!

The UK’s ambition to be the cleanest country across the globe by 2050

By the year 2050, the UK plans to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to zero. This is a positive leap that would see the UK take the accolade of being the cleanest country across the globe.

Alternative fuel cars overtake diesel according to potential car buyers

Ahead of the 19-registration plate being released on 1 March, research from GoCompare Car Insurance reveals that if they were to buy a new car today, 27% of motorists would choose to buy a hybrid or electric powered car.

Jaguar charges ahead with all-new electric I-Pace

Jaguar charges ahead with all-new electric I-Pace

The Jaguar I-PACE is the electric vehicle drivers have been waiting for. Clean, smart and safe, the I-PACE delivers sustainable sports car performance, next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) technology and five-seat SUV practicality to place Jaguar at the forefront of the EV revolution.

Improvements for the electric vehicle industry

The electric vehicle industry is celebrating a record year for new registrations in 2017 — averaging over 4,000 new registrations per month in 2017.

DriveElectric launches Vehicle to Grid service for homes and workplaces

DriveElectric, the UK’s leading provider of leased ultra-low emission vehicles, has launched a Vehicle to Grid (V2G) service for electric vehicle drivers, both at home and at the workplace.