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Roadside ‘super plant’ eats pollution

A new study finds the perfect roadside plant

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EV charging costs highlighted in new study

A lack of regulation and information leads to wide price variations for vehicle charging

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Parking, patience and driving post lockdown

UK drivers struggling with lack of time behind the wheel

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Persistence pay in getting grants

ADINJC members who have been persistent in gaining access to local authority ‘lockdown’ grants have achieved success. Stewart Lochrie, ADINJC…

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Drink driving abroad

GEM Motoring Assist has joined other groups in calling for a review of “inadequate drink drive laws”. Deaths involving drink…

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Smart motorways highlight further failings

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has been asked to consider a charge of corporate manslaughter for Highways England following the…

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Lynne Barrie: Surviving the pandemic

In the craziness of this last eleven months, organisations such as the ADINJC have been at the forefront of providing…

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Covid, Lessons, Tests and Insurance

England has moved into Lockdown 3.0 with even tougher restrictions put in place by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in order to beat the Covid 19 pandemic.
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Dipod 177

The government looking to the year 2030 as the final year that petrol and diesel cars can be sold new