New Prime Minister should introduce ‘immediate tax holiday’ to avoid ‘alienating’ drivers

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New Prime Minister should introduce ‘immediate tax holiday’ to avoid ‘alienating’ drivers

“Lofty Government ambitions, such as the one that half of all urban journeys should be walked or cycled by 2030, bear little resemblance to a wet W

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“Lofty Government ambitions, such as the one that half of all urban journeys should be walked or cycled by 2030, bear little resemblance to a wet Wednesday afternoon in November when parents are trying to transport primary-school children from one end of town to the other. 

“Drivers are also understandably concerned about the affordability of EVs as we edge closer to 2030 and 2035. 

“Rather than cut incentives, as was done recently with the winding up of the £1,500 Plug-in Car Grant, the next PM should turn to Germany, where a combination of Government and manufacturer incentives contribute up to €9,000 (£7,626) towards the cost of a new electric car.

A number of the candidates have already pledged to help with rising motoring costs if they are elected leader. 



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