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SELF-DRIVING CARS – ARE THEY REALLY COMING?

That the self-driving car is possible has been proven and the concept has long since passed the stage of cinematic back-to-the-future scenarios. Elon Musk claimed last year that the self-driving car should have been there long ago, but scientists are a lot more skeptical. And that is mainly due to

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Leasing in 2025 – then you go electric

It has been clear for some time that the government’s greening plans have a strong focus on electric driving. The fact that petrol and diesel cars are quickly disappearing from the street scene for many is nothing new, but the measures that lead to this are becoming increasingly clear.For example,

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IN THE NEXT GEAR – QUICK CHARGERS ON THE RISE

The fast charger is growing rapidly in popularity. Logical, because time is money and patience is rare. Especially if you do not have the option or space to charge in your own driveway at the end of your (working) day, you are dependent on public charging points. And when you

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Business mobility of the future; what do we think?

Mobility issues have not become simpler in recent years. Combine crowded roads (infrastructure) with developing work structures (working from home, digitization of the workplace), sky-high fuel prices, a pressured market for new cars, charging station coverage and ambitious climate goals and you understand the puzzle.The call for accelerated development of

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Used car – but preferably economical

The hunt for economical used cars has really taken off in the past 2 years. And we notice that; the average used car became on average 10 percent more expensive in a year. The reasons for this are diverse, easily explained and have not yet disappeared. Supply and demand The

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