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Motorists should be playing their part in reducing vehicle emissions and showing their commitment to the environment as well as vehicle manufacturers, that’s according to CTEK a leading global brand in the care and maintenance of vehicle batteries.

This week has seen vehicle emissions the number one conversation topic all over the UK, with manufacturers under the spotlight following the launch of a European investigation into Volkswagen’s approach to car air pollution tests. But is care air pollution the sole responsibility of the manufacturer or should motorists play their part too?

Vehicle emissions are responsible for 12% of Europe’s carbon emissions and by 2021, all new cars must meet an EU emissions limit of 95 grams of CO2 per km. This weeks revelations demonstrate that some manufacturers still have some way to go to meet this target but there is confidence that this target is achievable. This emissions limit will of course only need to be met...

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