Powered Two Wheelers Help in Combating Air Pollution

Powered Two Wheelers Help in Combating Air Pollution

Clean Air Day, taking place on 17th June, promotes solutions to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gases in order to assist the well-being of UK citizens.  Whilst the G7 Summit looked at ways in which the world nation can become greener, Powered Two Wheelers will play a key role in being a part of the solution to improve air quality and provide a great contributor to mental & physical health. 

Manufacturers of low and zero emission Powered Two Wheelers (PTWs) are contributing to a greener future whilst also offering a transport solution that reduces fuel costs and journey times.  By using the right vehicle for the right journey, explored in the MCIA policy document ‘The Route’, there are savings to be made both environmentally and economically by choosing a Powered Two Wheeler and others forms of Powered Light Vehicles. 

Tony Campbell, CEO of MCIA said, “Clean Air Day highlights the importance of creating a greener environment for our families.  Not only do Powered Two Wheelers offer zero and low emissions which of course reduce pollution, there are also the additional time and mental health benefits associated with riding”. 

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Notes for Editors:

The Route to Tomorrow’s Journeys is the MCIA policy document highlighting the vital role that PLVs can play in future transport. It can be downloaded at  ‘The Route’

The MCIA is the body that represents the UK Powered Light Vehicle (PLV) industry.  PLVs can be defined as lightweight scooters, motorcycles, tricycles and quadricycles, typically with zero or low-emission power. 

For more information about the work of MCIA and Powered Light Vehicles, or to interview MCIA CEO, Tony Campbell, please contact Gina Evans at g.evans@mcia.co.uk or call 02476 408017.