Gasoline and diesel drivers affected as gas stations will be replaced by electric cars – fr

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Gasoline and diesel drivers affected as gas stations will be replaced by electric cars – fr


Businesses will likely start making small changes to install more electric charging stations in forecourts over the next few years.
However, the 2030 gasoline and diesel car ban could signal major changes to road infrastructure that could have massive consequences for owners of traditional models.

Ian Johnston, CEO of Osprey Charging, said gasoline and diesel pumps would still be available, but it would be a reduced service to cover the small segment “that had not switched to electric vehicles.

Talk to Express.co.uk he said: “Today if you are visiting a site where there are maybe 12 petrol and diesel pumps and there are some ancillary services around the site.

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