APPG 2030 Ban

Fair Fuel APPG for UK Motorists and UK Hauliers August 2021 Page | 11 APPG Report Intentions The APPG calls on the Government to implement the recommendations listed on page 8 -9. The APPG’s proposals to Government are supported by the majority of the UK’s electorate and represent practical, common-sense approaches to future road user transport, reducing emissions and not bankrupting the economy: Who supports Government Road Transport Polices? In the FairFuelUK/APPG survey referred to throughout this report, just 14% of petrol and diesel drivers support the Government’s Road User policies since they were elected in 2019. An overwhelming 7 out of 10 (68%) of all the 49,160 types of Road Users who took part in this survey, range from extremely disappointed (26%) to nearly half (47%), as being incredibly angry with Government’s unilateral approach and lack of consultation on this unexpected policy with drivers, the major stakeholders and 5 th largest tax contributors to the Treasury. Furthermore, 6 out of 10 respondents from all road user types want the Government to immediately reconsider and change their policies. Based on the largest survey of road user opinion, the APPG puts forward a series of recommendations to ensure our move to breathing cleaner air does not cost more than necessary and is achievable without a 2030 ban on the sales of new petrol and diesel vehicles. Survey responses by Road User Type to the APPG’s 7 key recommendations