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Clean Car Discount scheme may include motorcycles in future





Motorcycles are considered to be a small part of the emissions problem, according to the Ministry of Transport.


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Motorcycles are considered to be a small part of the emissions problem, according to the Ministry of Transport.

Motorcycles may be eligible for a Clean Car Discount in future.

Under the newly announced government policy, motorcycles were omitted from the plan which will give people buying electric vehicles discounts of up to $8625 for a new vehicle, and $3450 for a used import.

Plug in hybrid vehicles will receive a discount of between $2300 and $5750.

Ministry of Transport spokesperson Ewan Delany said motorcycles were not considered at the start of the Clean Car Discount, because they were a small part of the emissions problem.

“Motorcycles represent a small part of new vehicle sales in New Zealand and it’s estimated that in 2019 motorcycle emissions accounted for 0.4 percent of all CO2 emissions from our light vehicle fleet,”

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What’s the future for one of racing’s ‘most risky’ sports?

We speak to Paul Phillips who heads up business development for the Isle of Man government on where the iconic race goes from here and what the future holds for one of the most dangerous forms of motorsport.  

Let’s start by summing up if we could, what is the fundamental appeal of motorcycle road racing for riders and for fans?

Well, well, I think the TT is obviously the biggest event in the motorcycle road racing world and its appeal, I think is a combination of a couple of key ingredients. One is the sheer spectacle. I can’t think of anybody I’ve ever met that’s experienced the TT that wasn’t taken aback by the spectacle. In recent years, we’ve had a lot of people from your world, from the Formula One World come across and every single one of those individuals, they’ve just been blown away by it. Another key

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