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GREEN HEALTH CHECK FOR CARS

13 February, 2007
Drivers are being offered a free environmental health check on their cars as part of BP’s ‘targetneutral’ scheme.
The Green Light check for petrol cars is available at 250 Kwik-Fit MOT centres nationwide until March 3rd and aims to help drivers reduce emissions through a quick four-point check on exhaust emissions, emission control systems, tyre pressure and battery levels.Sheila Williams, spokesperson for targetneutral, said the health-check scheme was a UK first: “It gives motorists easy access to practical environmental advice and helps them understand how small adjustments to their cars can have a big impact on reducing their carbon emissions,” she said.Targetneutral is a voluntary non-profit-making partnership initiative set up by BP. Motorists are also encouraged to use a free online calculator to work out their carbon emissions and then pay into a fund that supports a number of independent carbon-reducing projects.



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Weekly retail fuel prices: 18 June 2018
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East132.18140.02129.21
East Midlands131.6092.90141.48128.80
London132.06140.40129.21
North East131.2866.90141.91127.99
North West131.52141.49128.24
Northern Ireland130.8069.90135.52128.45
Scotland131.78138.84128.60
South East132.40141.08129.46
South West131.8662.90140.58129.06
Wales131.5463.90140.13128.63
West Midlands131.1759.80140.83128.45
Yorkshire & Humber130.8879.90140.94127.89

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