SMMT: One-in-40 vehicles on UK roads now zero emission

Stuart Stone
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Auto industry calls for more rapid EV charging investment, as average emissions per car in use falls two per cent

One-in-40 vehicles on UK roads are now zero emission, according to new data published this weekend by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). The update claimed the rollout of plug-in...

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