Company car tax for EVs to stay low to 2025

Company car tax for EVs to stay low to 2025

Thanks to Fleet News for pointing out that the Government’s “Transitioning to Zero Emission Cars and Vans: 2035 delivery plan”, reconfirms the commitment to keep the company car tax scale charge for full EVs to 2% until April 2025. Client’s often ask us...

Better batteries tomorrow?

There’s an article on the Autocar website this morning about an update to the Audi etron promised for 2022. New batteries, motors and “upgraded electronics systems” will boost range from 249 to 373 miles. Thats quite an upgrade isn’t it?...

Clean air zones, what you need to know

This handy service from GOV.UK helps you determine if the Birmingham or Bath clean air zones will impact your journey, and shows you how to pay if you need to. London isn’t covered but there’s a link to the Transport for London site. This sort of thing is...
Comparing the hummer

Comparing the hummer

If your logic is simply that EVs are best, then it follows that the bigger the EV the bestest it must be right? Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome the 1000bhp Hummer EV; proudly described on the GMC website as “zero emissions”. In the UK there are just under 32...
The 2020 UK Vehicle stats

The 2020 UK Vehicle stats

There are now 31.7m cars registered in the UK, and they average 8.6 years old (up from 8.3 in 2019). The average diesel is now 8 years old (up from 7.3 in 2019) with petrol at 9.3 (9.1 in 2019). These statistics for UK car registrations to December 2020 were released...
Running low in stock

Running low in stock

I hate those stories you get from time to time in the Tabloids, predicting excessive heat or snow or rain for the UK at some point in the near future. Hate them! They are rarely right as it’s almost impossible to predict weather in the near future, and really it’s...