In 2018 and repeated in 2019, the award-winning Public Affairs Campaign Group, FairFuelUK conducted the biggest survey in the recent history of transport. 71,098 responded. And what the drivers said is an aide-mémoire for the Government.  90% regard their vehicle as critical to their daily lives with 67% saying they have categorically no choice but to use it every day. Those on significantly below average incomes, less than £20,000, say they have no choice but to spend up to a quarter of their hard-earned cash on petrol and diesel. The emphasis here is ‘we have no choice!’  The persistent demonisationRead Whole Article

If you drive or rely on driving, this is your blog. A voice for 37m drivers, the highest taxed motorists in the world. The most demonised for all the environmental ills of our planet. UK drivers that deliver every year, without fail, the 4th largest income to the Treasury.  Please add your comments as to how you feel about being a driver in the UK, what you want the Government to do that is both fair to your pocket, your freedom to drive and helping to improve air quality. This Blog is sponsored by the FairFuelUK Campaign. Please help usRead Whole Article

Battery production capacity for motor vehicles is currently scarce, expensive and suffering supply lags and challenges.  This may change over time, but for some period securing an economic supply of battery production capacity will be pivotal to the successful commercialisation of electrified vehicles, and to the relative fortunes of individual auto makers.  At the same time, electrification is a proven route to tailpipe carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction, or elimination.  Therefore, the efficient deployment of available battery capacity between competing applications is critical to maximising fleet CO2 reduction.   In summary, this data strongly suggests that policy unilaterally favouring one technologyRead Whole Article