Tag : EU
Carmakers will need take giant strides in real-world emissions performance to meet Euro 6 emissions limits following a ruling made today by the Court of Justice of … Read More »
A coalition of major players in the European car and automotive industry has signed a road safety pledge to contribute to achieving zero traffic fatalities by … Read More »
The European Commission has put together a series of measures that would help Europe fight its corner in the electric vehicle battery sector, including the ability … Read More »
The UK and five other countries are being referred to the European Court of Justice over ongoing failures to tackle air pollution.
The DfT has said it’s confident of mutual licence recognition after Brexit, putting paid to reports that UK drivers could be banned in Europe.
The UK and eight other EU Member States are waiting to see if they will face further legal action over persistent breaches of air pollution laws.
The UK and eight other EU member states are being called to Brussels in a final push to get air pollution limits under legal limits.
Manufacturers could soon face strict targets for electric and ultra-low emission vehicles as a share of their overall sales, as part of measures to phase out … Read More »
Volkswagen Group UK managing director Paul Willis has said that it remains the Group position that “there is no basis for compensation” for customers within the … Read More »
Stricter car approval and testing rules could be in place by September 2020, helping to prevent another ‘Dieselgate’ saga taking place.
The European Parliament has given its backing to a call for driver assistance systems such as autonomous emergency braking to be made standard on new cars.
Nearly two-thirds of British-built vans, trucks and buses were exported during the first six months of 2017, with almost all headed to the EU (94.7%), according … Read More »
Transport ministers across Europe are being warned that they need to take more action on non-compliant diesel vehicles, including removing them from sale, to curb inner-city … Read More »
European Union transport ministers have formally agreed a target of halving the number of people seriously injured on EU roads by 2030 from their 2020 level.