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First step: a "zero emission zone" in central London by 2025,

Uniting to honor a divisive figure.

Turns out her idea wasn't just a lot of hot air.

French automaker Renault and UK's Powervault next month will start testing old Renault electric-vehicle batteries for stationary-storage usage.

Women's titles are on their licenses - men's are not

We noticed this trending topic out of Great Britain - or straight out of the 1920s, depending on your point of view. Stories such as the Guardian's "Driving Miss Crazy" (bravo, headline writer), point out a curiosity: On driver's licenses issued by Britain's Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), women's licenses automatically include courtesy titles - that is, "Miss," "Mrs." or "Ms." The blokes? Theirs do not say "Mr." The licenses of men or women may show honorifics such as "Dr." or "Re

Volkswagen denies the allegations.

Reported problems range from EGR trouble to DPF failure.

The legend keeps surfacing, unlike the body.

Plans to construct affordable housing on the Dunsfold Aerodrome site were greenlit in December.

Watch: Spectacular crash demolishes car.

Driving drunk on her way to a wake? She's lucky the next wake wasn't for her and her son.

The car has 80 miles on the odometer.

Perhaps the owner didn't like the local M-B dealer.

The new St. Athan factory will be online by 2019.

The site was formally handed over today.

By 2020, entire city could be in Ultra Low Emission Zone.

"The air in London is lethal and I will not stand by and do nothing."

Automaker honors car owner, renames hue Maddox Yellow.

Vandals destroyed the Vauxhall Corsa owned by Peter Maddox because they didn't like its yellow color.

Team says cash flow, engine tweaks delaying efforts.

London Taxi Company TX5 will be a range-extended EV.

It's due to arrive at the end of the year.

The move ends GM vehicle production in Europe.

GM bids goodbye to automobile production in Europe with the sale of Opel-Vauxhall.

Scottish villagers use hairdryers and high visibility vests in an effort to combat speeding motorists.

And this isn't the first time theives have pulled off this sort of heist.

The Great Jaguar Land Rover Engine Heist!

Reaction times get worse when the driver is preoccupied.

Leaf-based vehicle can go 85 miles on a charge while holding a casket.

UK's first all-electric hearse is based on the Nissan Leaf platform and offered by London-based Leverton & Sons.

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