Last month, the Government confirmed it would be pressing ahead with the plan to ban the sale of new petrol and dieselvehicles by the end of the decade. Between 2030 and 2035, drivers will still be able to buy new hybrid vehicles as long as they are capable of travelling a significant distance without producing emissions.
Many motoring organisations and experts have praised the Government for setting such goals to ensure the UK reaches net zero emissions by 2050.
However, many are cautious about how the UK will be able to manage with the transition to electric vehicles and the required infrastructure.
Paul Holland, Managing Director for UK Fleet at Allstar, spoke to Express.co.uk about the incoming ban and how it will affect drivers.
He commented on the “major shift”, saying the transport and mobility changes mean individual motorists and professional fleets need to adapt to the times.