Government’s ‘Plan for drivers’ addresses common EV issues

The government’s ‘Plan for drivers’ outlines a 30-point plan that it says will fix common issues on the road and support people that use cars in their daily lives.

The plan presents measures designed to: make journeys smoother, stop unfair enforcement, make parking easier, tackle inconsiderate driving, and support the transition to zero-emission driving.

Commenting on the Plan for Drivers, Toby Poston, BVRLA Director of Corporate Affairs, said:

“The zero emission motoring elements of this plan show that the Government is focusing on some of the key barriers to wider electric vehicle adoption. Delivering faster grid connections, tackling the challenge of on-street charging, and debunking common EV myths are great places to start.” 

Information on the ‘Plan for drivers’ can be viewed online at GOV.UK:

The recommendations to government from the BVRLA feature in the association’s recent Fleet Charging Guide and Road to Zero Report Card