Blanket ban on imports of used petrol and diesel cars by 2030

Move is extension of previous government’s plan and will be part of revised Climate Action bill

5th July, 2020
Blanket ban on imports of used petrol and diesel cars by 2030
Drivers are going to be banned from importing secondhand petrol and diesel cars from Britain by 2030, under a new law

Drivers are going to be banned from importing secondhand petrol and diesel cars from Britain by 2030, under a new law.

The previous government had already announced plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030. But this ban will be extended to halt the importation of secondhand petrol and diesel cars by then as well.

The aim is to prevent drivers from getting around the ban on new petrol and diesel cars...

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