Diesel

Legislation & Regulation
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Could diesel make a short-term comeback under new EU test regulations?

The new CEN Workshop Agreement test involves extensive real-world readings for emissions and fuel consumption. These could cast cleaner modern diesels in…

Fuel
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Average UK petrol price drops below 120p/litre

Autumn petrol consumption rebounds to four-year high, but, overall, 2018’s inflated petrol costs lost retailers four day’s trade
Legislation & Regulation
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Diesel cars banned – Three major European cities to remove them from the roads

Diesel cars are set to be banned in three major European cities in a bid to clampdown on emissions.
Fuel
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Petrol hits highest price in over four years

Motorists have suffered fuel price rises in eight of the last 12 months, new RAC Fuel Watch data reveals
Technology & Innovation
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Volvo’s electrifying plans

In July of last year, they announced that all Volvo they would have a new focus on EV’s, including 5 new fully EV models
Fuel
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June gives drivers respite at the pumps

New RAC figures reveal that UK drivers got some much-needed relief from rising fuel prices in June, but July could see them rise again
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