Monthly Archives: March 2019

Car tax is rising next month – here’s how much more you’ll pay

From April the rate drivers pay for car tax is set to increase. The rise in Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) – to give it its correct name – has been prompted by the Government choosing to link the tax to the retail price index (RPI) inflation measure. In 2017 the Government said tax would track […]

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Most consumers not ready for driverless cars, and confused by jargon

Although consumers are considerably more receptive to having semi-autonomous features on their cars than they were, the thought of a fully-autonomous car still puts the majority of people off, according to Auto Trader research. Eight in ten people would be wary of using a car without a human driver A third of consumers have a […]

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Nisa Retail First In The UK To Benefit From New Pallet Tracking Technology

Nisa Retail, the national retailer and groceries wholesaler, is looking to significantly reduce costs associated with supply chain challenges, by being the UK’s first company to use a new pallet-tracking technology offered by CHEP, the end to end supply chain specialist in the FMCG and retail marketplace. CHEP’s digital tracking solution has been offered in […]

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Greater Manchester plans to fine polluting vehicles

High-polluting buses, lorries and taxis could be fined for driving in Greater Manchester under new proposals. The region’s combined authority will vote on plans for a clean air zone that include fines of £100 per day for lorries from 2021. Privately owned cars would not be affected, Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) said. Friends of […]

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