The UK celebrated a huge event on Monday the 19th of July, it marked the end of most of the Covid-19 restrictions that has plagued the UK for what seems like an eternity. England has ditched masks and social distancing restrictions and this day will forever go down in history as Freedom Day.
It’s an obvious question at the back of all our minds, with the increasing market share of electric vehicles and the ongoing future restructuring of car manufacturers to reduce and eventually halt the production of fossil fuel cars. What’s going to happen to all our petrol stations when we switch over to electric?
After a couple of years of cancellations and postponements, the British Motor show is finally back and this time it’s an all-new and revamped concept of a motor show, which is designed to entertain not just the usual car enthusiasts but also a guaranteed fun day out for the whole family.
The Department of Transport has announced the introduction of the new standard petrol grade, the E10. The E10 will gradually be distributed over the summer throughout the UK. But be aware, not all cars will be able to run on it.