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In a new report, the Foundation claims that there are 29,000 premature deaths every year due to air quality. And now it's calling on the Government to do something to lower harmful pollutants, which can cause serious illnesses like asthma, heart conditions and cancer.The popularity of diesel cars has soared in the last 20 years. Lower CO2 emissions and better fuel economy, plus Vehicle Excise Duty and company car incentives, have seen numbers rise from 1.6m in 1994 to 10.1 million in 2013. Congestion Charge up 15 per centBut older diesels typically emit more nitrogen oxide and particulate matter than petrol cars, and these are linked to poor air quality and health Nike Basketball Shoes Men 2014

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issues. "Many people believed that by buying diesels they'd get better fuel consumption and help fight global warming through low CO2 emissions," Prof. Stephen Glaister, director of the RAC Foundation, explained."But such was the focus on the planet that policy makers missed the impact older diesel models in particular have on health in urban areas. The car industry has risen to the challenge of cleaning up diesel engines but we need to deal with the legacy of the dirtiest diesels." Hybrid car servicing on the upA spokesman from the Department for Transport told us that there are no current plans to introduce such a scheme and that other projects were already helping to improve Nike Hyperdunk 2017 Mens Basketball Shoes Pink

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air quality. He said: "There have been major improvements in air quality over the past two decades, and we're investing 2billion on a range of actions to improve it further. These include promoting ultra low emission vehicles, greener public transport, walking and cycling."Quite a few interesting statements in this article."But older diesels typically emit more nitrogen oxide and particulate matter than petrol cars" whilst true if focused on old v old. It is not so clear cut when we start focusing on modern cars as well.The statement about cleaning up diesels is not 100% true. Many diesels still have issues surrounding NOx emissions, even modern ones as has been proven by many studies. The focus was on particulates for Euro V not so much on NOx emissions. Plus additionally because of the changes in technology from manufacturers for petrols the EU has put particulate limits on petrols to for Euro VI.Additionally the other post about getting rid of cars below 1500 because of low MPG's is actually somewhat hilariously inaccurate there are some old cars with excellent MPG's 106 1.4 not fast or luxury but silly MPG same goes for the original MK1 Honda Insight can achieve 90 + MPG.Scrapping old dirty diesels is not such a bad idea. I see old diesel cars quite often spewing visible smoke and stinking up the whole place.Quite recently I've seen a Polo 1.9L diesel and a Ford Ka. Small cars causing big damage to the air quality. It is absolutely disgraceful!However the government probably should do something about the new diesel cars as well. Lower (CO2 only based) taxes add appeal to diesel cars in addition to their apparent lower running costs. That means another few years down the road we'll be talking of another scrap scheme.So what about old trucks and construction equipment, mobile cranes, are currently running on red diesel, are not limited to drivers hours and dont need tachographs, they dont get mot'd so their emission are not checked, and they are classed as plant vehicles and as such are only 165 a year to tax, so remember next time you see one belching down the road, he is not paying duty on the fuel he is using, he may have been behind the wheel for a long time, and his road tax is probably cheaper than yours.The Government The Car Manufacturers are The Biggest Bull in the World, They Make Out they Care about People The Environment Ha Your Kidding Me Aren't You, All they both Care about is Making Money Lots of It, The Car Manufacturers want Everyone to keep Buying there Latest Cars They Don't care if you can't afford it or get in Debt, As If they Care About The Environment if they Did they Wouldn't be in the Car Manufacturing Business, it is Much More Environmentally Friendly to keep Older Cars going Than Keep putting More More cars on the Road, The Amount of Damage Caused to the Environment by Disposing of Cars There Engines/Oil/Metal/Glass/Plastic Other Non Recyclable Parts is Enormous, yes Alot of people will Argue Alot of these Parts are recyclable but it costs alot of Money Pollution to do this Recycling in the First Place, Then there Putting Millions of Cars on the Roads That all give out Tones of Pollution Lie Make out there Cleaner than they Actually Are There Oil Burning Combustion Engines they Pollute The Air Tremendously No Matter How Many Filters you put on them The Government Just Wants all Your Money They Won't Stop Thinking of New Ways to Nike Dunk Earthquake get it either, They'll just keep Making New Taxes Fees Insurances So called Safety Laws Resulting in Fining People.What a ridiculously elitist attitude to have, given the running costs of a vehicle in the UK many people have no option but to run low value cars. It doesn't necessarily mean they are dangerous. Personally I have recently bought a 2002 SAAB 9 5 Aero Estate with 70K miles on the clock, one owner and full SAAB service history for the miniscule sum of 1350. Its fantastic value and a safe family load lugger. I bought the car out Nike Blue Chip Womens Basketball Shoes

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