Diesel hybrids could be a great choice for those not convinced by EVs


“The problem is apparent, and earlier this year the Government committed £1.6billion to expand the UK’s charging network, with 300,000 public chargers expected to be ready by 2030.

“The UK ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars will come into effect from 2030, followed by hybrid car sales being completely outlawed from 2035.

“At this moment, it is suggested that the UK will need the 300,000 new charging points in planning at the very least by 2035 to meet the phase-out of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, and more incentives need to be put in place for EV’s to even enter the thinking of much of the general public – and sooner rather than later.”

The UK is ranked at number six in Europe for the number of electric car chargers.



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