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EU lawmakers back ban on new combustion engine cars from 2035
The legislation would prohibit the sale of new cars powered by petrol or diesel.
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French jetpack inventor ‘doing well’ after lake crash
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Politicians are questioning whether the scooters can still make a positive contribution to London’s transport ecosystem.
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The war and Western sanctions are making it harder for businesses to find the pallets they need to move their goods around - and the Russian army may be feeling the squeeze too.
Angola uses the Lobito corridor as a vehicle for investment and growth
Angola is privatising the port of Lobito and the Lobito corridor railway with the goal of creating business opportunities. It is expected to be the boost the country needs to open a gateway from the Atlantic to the mineral-rich regions of the DRC and Zambia.
Oil price rise threatens Germany’s road haulage industry
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has sent oil prices rocketing, as supply is hit with impending import bans from various countries. It's threatening Germany's road haulage industry, which heavily relies on diesel
Watch: Tunisian engineer builds fully electric, solar-powered car
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Ukraine travel: Railways run extra train services for refugees
Some countries are offering free tickets to Ukrainian nationals.
Farting Teslas recalled for breaking safety rules
An over-the-air update will disable a feature that played loud noises outside the car after authorities raised doubts over pedestrian safety.
Revealed: The cities with the best and worst traffic congestion
New data from navigation company TomTom suggests that traffic congestion in many cities is still lower than it was before the COVID pandemic.
Teslas will get longer-range batteries next year, report says
Japan's Panasonic will start production of the higher-capacity 4680 battery at a new plant in 2023, the Nikkei newspaper reported.
More charge points for Swedish cross-country corridor
A European project aims to increase the number of electric vehicle charging points in areas of low population density.
Uber setback as UK court rules business model unlawful
The ridesharing app lost the argument that it only acts as an agent for drivers in the British capital, setting the taxi app market up for a major overhaul.
Iranian museum showcases vintage cars once owned by royal family
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Europe's first fully autonomous bus hits the road in France
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