However, he warned any new scheme needs to be “carefully considered” to ensure drivers are not impacted negatively by the changes.
The proposals are yet to be officially agreed with any plans not set to be implemented immediately.
He told Express.co.uk: “With fuel duty being worth £28billion per year in recent years to the government, and the recent announcement bringing forward the banning of petrol and diesel new car sales to 2030, it’s no surprise that the government are making steps to try and plug this gap.
“The details are yet to be seen but it’s clear that any plan needs to be carefully considered to ensure there is no financial net negative impact on motorists.”
Published at Fri, 04 Dec 2020 10:11:00 +0000