Electric Avenue – The Road To 2030 at Goodwood Festival of Speed

For Sam Prever our Prestige Regional Underwriter, there was something electrifying in the air this year at Goodwood Festival of Speed. But what does this mean for the ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) fans out there?

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Getting ready for the Commercial EV opportunity this summer

After a year of uncertainty, the UK’s 2021 events schedule is on the rise, creating great opportunities for hospitality businesses everywhere and accelerating Commercial Electric Vehicle uptake.

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Preparing for an all-electric Prestige future

Practically every car manufacturer has outlined their roadmap for producing battery-powered cars. We take a look at which supercar manufacturers are making the biggest waves in the space and the vehicles changing perceptions towards high-end electric vehicles.

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Banning petrol-only sales could change the face of the classic car market

With the Government's recent announcement that it will ban sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030, our Senior Enthusiast Underwriter, Alan Bradbury looks at the future for classics.

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Changing taxi times call for electric underwriting

We’ve had public and private hire cabs on our books for many years; now, as the taxi industry prepares to enter a new era of improved environmental efficiency, we’re proud to unveil our first ever electric vehicle insurance product, built to accommodate LEVC’s revolutionary electric TX.

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Is an electric classic still a classic?

It’s not generally considered good practice to populate your company’s blog with dirty words. Yet in one of our core specialisms – the Enthusiast auto market – ‘modification’ is a term that can cause significant offence. When you’re dealing with aged vehicles many drivers feel were built to perfection, the verb ‘to modify’ does not mean to enhance; to some it means to inflict damage.

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Are friends electric? The Great Big Electric Debate by Jonny Smith

We have seen the rise in sales and – I think – big shift towards acceptance of – electric new cars in the last few years. Tesla has acted as the poster child of making EVs (electric vehicles) desirable, tech-sexy and able to embarrass fossil fuel propelled machines. The other more established car brands are now following in hot pursuit. Jaguar, Nissan, BMW, Renault, Mercedes, Audi, Kia, Hyundai, Volkswagen and others are bringing EVs to market that intend to coax us out of diesels and into emission-free guilt-free tax-escaping luxury.

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