I think maybe they jumped in to kill it off before it had been thought through. Pressure from “Green types” etc..
My SUV 2012 is not too bad but could be better on emissions. Cost about £250 per year. My pals 2.0 BMW 2016 is very good and tax is £30 per year.
He works in the motor trade at a BMW service desk and says cars are now far more efficient than his is.
As technology is improving things It could be that by killing off diesel they have killed off development.
The question is are electric cars more polluting in the long run than petrol and diesel. In the making and disposal of the batteries. Are we going to need a Sellafield type storage or can it all be recycled. Not seen anything about it.
The N partials the diesels produce what happens to them, do the go into the atmosphere like Co2 or do they drop onto the ground , not seen owt about that.
Why is there not some form of “conversion kits” available to upgrade existing cars, maybe far too expensive etc.
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