Tag "Motoring"

The future’s electric, but where does that leave revenue?

Plugging the gap in motoring revenue

The future of motoring is looking more and more like electric, which potentially leaves the States with a £20m. revenue shortfall. How to address that? Peter Roffey has a few ideas

Rethink width, emissions tax, says GMTA

dave beausire

‘TINKERING’ with controversial width and emission tax proposals is not an option, the motor trade warned yesterday as it called for a radical rethink of Guernsey’s transport strategy.

Motorists pay enough

DEAR islanders, I wish to bring your attention to the latest ridiculous tax increase on fuel that is being proposed in the new transport strategy document that was mentioned on the front page of the Guernsey Press on Friday 21 March. In the 2007 budget, fuel duty was introduced at a cost of 13p per litre and since then there have been massive hikes in this duty, which currently stands at 48.8p per litre.

The machine of a dream


TAKING a germ of an idea to design and build a car and turn it into reality is hard enough, but doing it in 18 months is nothing short of miraculous. That is exactly what locally born car designer Simon Keys has done with his latest creation the Zenos E10, as he explained to Rosie Allsopp