Set to be mandatory by 2023 is the pay-per-mile scheme

Set to be mandatory by 2023 is the pay-per-mile scheme: A pay-per-mile scheme should be mandatory by as early as 2030 suggests a new report handed to MPs earlier this week.

Submitted to the Transport Select Committee is a report that reckons road pricing could be an successful way to offset the lost revenues from the switch to EVs (Electric Vehicles).

This schemes could also grasp the key to topics such as congestion and low air quality.

From 2023 it is noted that policymakers should consider letting electric vehicle drivers to opt into the scheme to incentivise electrication of transport and inspire more motorists to ditch diesel and petrol cars.

It has been urged to make a ten-year route to increase fuel duty next year in a bid to support EV take-up.

“We’re leading the world in building back better and greener from the pandemic. We were the first major economy to commit to net zero by 2050 and one of the first to phase out petrol and diesel car sales by 2030, and just last week we announced more ambitious carbon emissions targets.” said A Treasury spokesperson.

“But this is about policies not just targets, which is why the Prime Minister has outlined an ambitious Ten Point Plan to achieve our environmental goals.”

Set to be mandatory by 2023 is the pay-per-mile scheme

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