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Accelerate EV adoption: EV charging engineer’s urgent appeal to the next UK government

As the UK approaches the general election, Versinetic’s EV charging engineers are urging the next government to accelerate the widespread adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), and therefore reduce carbon emissions, improve air quality, and achieve energy sustainability. Versinetic engineers, who have been at the heart of EV infrastructure design and development since the London Olympics, […]

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74% of drivers say speed limit signs obscured by overgrown foliage

According to new RAC study, 74% of drivers believe that speed limit signs are the most likely to be disguised by overgrown foliage. The most frequently obscured signs are 30 mph signs, which are frequently used to regulate speeds in towns and street-lit areas. Due to the resurgence of trees and bushes, more than half

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Changes to information needed for online payments

From 14 June DVSA will be asking for additional information when taking online payments. This is due to some payment providers asking for additional information to help tackle card fraud. The additional information requested is the email address and telephone number associated with the card. This will affect anyone making a card payment via the

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AA Driving School predicts one in four driving test passes will be in automatic cars by 2026

AA Driving School predicts more than 25% of practical driving test passes will be in automatic vehicles by 2026, fuelled by the switch to electric vehicles. In the latest data released by DVSA, 17% of all passes are in an automatic compared with 13.4% the previous year, and just five percent a decade earlier. This

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English councils ban cars over 5 metres from car parks

Five English councils have prohibited cars longer than five metres from using parking lots, according to information obtained through a Freedom of Information (FOI) request. With 91% of councils saying they have no plans to raise the size of parking bays in major towns and cities throughout the nation, this could be the beginning of a

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Over 340,000 vintage cars still thriving in the UK, DVLA reveals

How many vintage cars have endured over time? That answer is now revealed by official figures. Data from the Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency shows that about 340,000 cars older than 40 are still registered in the names of their registered keepers, however not all of them are actually driven. Of these, around one in

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How video is revolutionising accessibility in the Motability sector

Do you know disabled people can drive with the right adaptations to fit their disabilities? If you didn’t, you’re not alone. In the UK, among the 14.6 million disabled individuals, few, along with their families, caregivers, or referral organisations, are aware that driving is a feasible option, let alone the support and adaptations readily accessible

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One in four company drivers at risk from employers’ failures to protect them

Driving for Better Business have created an interactive Driving for Work Policy Builder to help fleet-using companies better address their legal responsibilities. More than a quarter of UK firms recently surveyed, whose employees drive for work, have no policy, and more than a quarter have not reviewed their policy in the past three years. Driving

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