As a significant step towards a sustainable future, everyone in the UK has no doubt heard of the government’s plan to ban the sale of all new petrol or diesel cars by 2030. However, this is going to be a slow, phased process over the next decade to allow everyone time to prepare for this shift. Are you a business owner wondering how to prepare your car parks and sites for the arrival of electric vehicles? In this article, we’ll take you through what you need to know.
The future is green, and so everyone must adapt for the changes needed for this future to be realised. As a business, you will need to prepare your sites and car parks for the arrival of electric vehicles – and have the infrastructure in place to support both them and the petrol/diesel engines still on the road.
It’s inevitable that the 2030 ban will see more new car buyers opting to purchase green or electric cars sooner rather than later, and is a trend likely to continue to rise over the coming years. It’s therefore wise to begin making changes to your roads, sites and car parks now to be able to support both types of car. Not only does this action future-proof your site but it also helps to boost your green credentials as a business.
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So, how can you make your car park or business site more electric car friendly?
Searching for up-to-date car park markings? Here at Landmark Road Lining, we lay industry-standard markings for electric charging bays, including full car park redesigns if needed, helping you prepare your car park for the future. With over 30 years’ experience, we also provide an array of road, car park and safety markings for surfaces across the UK. To discover how we can help, simply get in touch today.
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