Thanks to the EU – No more petrol and diesel cars will be sold in Ireland from 2030 – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views
June 12, 2018

Thanks to the EU – No more petrol and diesel cars will be sold in Ireland from 2030

Thanks to Big Brother watching us from the European Union and Varadkar and his mates fearing their wrath, there will be no more petrol or diesel cars sold in Ireland from 2030.

The new Project Ireland 2040 plan will see €22 billion thrown at climate change with the majority being spent on energy investment and invention.

We already have smartphones, now the emphasis for smart cars and even smart homes isn’t too far away.

Seemingly excess emissions are the reason car companies are stopping the production of petrol and diesel cars due to pressure from the European Union’s superstate leaders.

The aim here in Ireland is to stop selling petrol and diesel cars by 2030 and to phase them out completely by 2040 with NCT certs eventually not even been given out to such models.

No one seems to have taken into consideration the joy car lovers get from driving their cars, especially classic and vintage models.

It appears and Varadkar and Co again couldn’t care less about the average Irish person.

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