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Driving Penalty Points and Fines

In the United Kingdom (and many other countries), driving penalty points and fines are added to your driving licence when you break the law on public roads. The number of points added to a motorist’s driving licence once they’re convicted depends on the severity of the traffic offense committed, if you accumulate too many penalty points you’re highly likely to be banned from driving altogether for a set period of time (as ruled in a court of law).

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DVLA Workers Strike

Staff members of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) at the UK motor trade industries Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) headquarters in Swansea, Wales, started a four-day strike this week after the union asked its 3,300 members to vote at ballot in March supporting strike action protesting against Covid-19 safety measures within the organisation “to protect workers’ safety”.

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UK Electric Vehicle Uptake by Region

The UK has seen a rise in the use of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in the last decade. By the end of 2020 there were an additional 30,000 vehicles sold, which is a 53% increase compared to the previous year. Two locations, London and South East had a third of the total number of electric cars within the UK based on data from RAC analysis government data.

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Motor Trade Industry Should Prepare for High Consumer Demand

Recent study results have revelled the motor trade industry should brace itself for a period of high customer demand post lockdown now business and consumers start to see light at the end of the tunnel. One of the leading industry service suppliers reported an upsurge in new enquiries for motor trade dealers and service centres after previous lockdown periods.

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Motorists Offered £3,000 To Spend On Alternative Transport

It has been recently reported that a new government funded scheme will be offering some of the most polluting motorists in parts of the United Kingdom, a public transport and taxis congestion easing credit of up to £3,000 to stop using their vehicles. The aim of the scheme is to improve air quality in built-up areas, so the credits can also be used on greener transport like bicycles and electric scooters.

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