France is stepping up its emissions-related bonus and penalty system, known as ‘bonus-malus’, reports Reuters.
The system launched in January 2008 and is aimed at encouraging the purchase of cleaner cars. Under the original legislation, buyers of new cars that emit more than 160g of carbon dioxide per km are charged …
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