Category : Budget
Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s first-ever Budget made a pledge for the second Road Investment Strategy (RIS2) to spend more than £27bn between 2020 and 2025 and pledged an … Read More »
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced that fuel duty will remain frozen for a further year, despite concerns from some groups over the impact on congestion and … Read More »
The chancellor is to announce £2.5bn of funding in today’s Budget; enough to fix up to 50 million potholes.
Inchcape Fleet Solutions (IFS) is to rebrand as Kinto UK – Toyota’s name for its new mobility brand – as a result of its acquisition by … Read More »
The government says it wants to see fully self-driving cars, without a human operator, on UK roads by 2021.
Additional funding for electric vehicles, charging infrastructure and the plug-in car grant has today been announced in the 2017 Budget by the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Drivers charging plug-in vehicles at work will no longer be subject to a Benefit-in-Kind charge as of next April, under measures announced during the 2017 Budget.