Denmark protects diesel cars and blocks electric vehicles

The Danish government will turn the country into a vehicle graveyard with its newest legislative proposal for lower car tariffs, says Denmark's biggest electric vehicle operator.

Photo: Clever

Denmark's government and supporting party Dansk Folkeparti (DF) entered a deal Thursday evening CET, in which the registration fee for cars will be altered, making the smallest cars a little more expensive, as medium-sized and luxury vehicles will be significantly cheaper, including diesel cars. The deal does not mention electric cars.

And this is a clear signal from the Danish government that the country will not serve as a global leader in electric vehicles, according to Denmark's largest electric car operator Clever.

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