In recent years, the Netherlands is one of the countries that has fought air pollution best and has the highest sales of electric cars.
Amsterdam, as you know, is the capital of the Netherlands. In order to further reduce air pollution, which is thought to shorten the average life of citizens by 1 year, the Amsterdam administration prohibits gasoline or diesel vehicles from circulating in the city center from 2030.
We even know that starting next year, diesel cars older than 15 years will be banned from entering the city centre. In fact, a similar application has already started in Madrid, Spain. That restriction in Madrid covers petrol vehicles older than 2000 models and diesel vehicles older than 2006 models.
The Amsterdam administration also explains that it will impose different restrictions every 3 years until the ban on gasoline and diesel vehicles in 2030. Amsterdam also has 3,000 electric vehicle charging stations, more than many cities. This is a very good incentive for the use of electric cars.
According to The Guardian, Amsterdam will need around 20,000 electric vehicle charging stations by 2025. In response to these positive developments, different comments come from some quarters. Because some people state that electric cars are expensive vehicles and that poor families may be left without a car in the coming years.
Used car prices in the Netherlands fell for the first time this year
Used car prices in the Netherlands fell for the first time this year. Data were obtained from the vehicle sales platform AutoScout24. According to the platform, the reason for the decrease is the summer holiday.
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Declining interest in Randstad region in the Netherlands
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The Netherlands became the country that used the most expensive natural gas among the European Union countries with its natural gas prices in July.
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