Clean air schemes 'just another tax' for central and local government

19 March 2024
Of those against schemes such as ULEZ, 77% said people cannot afford to upgrade their cars
Of those against schemes such as ULEZ, 77% said people cannot afford to upgrade their cars
 

The majority of UK motorists oppose schemes designed to cut carbon emissions from vehicles, according to new research from The Green Insurer.

The main issues raised are that the schemes are “just another tax” for the Government and local authorities to raise money and drivers cannot offered to upgrade their vehicles.

Just over half of drivers are against Clean Air Zones and London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) and do not want to see their expansion into other cities, said...

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