Royal Mail to trial micro electric vehicles

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Micro Electric Vehicles will be trialled in five locations across the UK, including Edinburgh, Liverpool and London | Credit:Royal Mail
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Micro Electric Vehicles will be trialled in five locations across the UK, including Edinburgh, Liverpool and London | Credit:Royal Mail

The size of golf buggies, the micro EVs will help postmen and women deliver letters and small parcels around busy residential areas

Royal Mail has announced plans to trial two Micro Electric Vehicle (MEVs) models for delivering letters and small parcels, as part of plans to further reduce its emissions. Trials of the Paxster Cargo...

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