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Motorists visiting this year's British International Motor Show next month will be able to see some of the latest environmentally-friendly technologies that could help the fight against climate change.

In partnership with the Department for Transport, Co-operative Insurance is sponsoring the Greener Driving Pavilion which will feature new technologies, such as fuel cells and electric and hybrid vehicles.

Motorists will also be able to access information on how to reduce their carbon emissions and save money.

Transport minister Jim Fitzpatrick said that everyone can help to tackle climate change, simply by making changes to "every day activities".

"I am delighted that the British International Motor Show has taken this opportunity to focus on greener vehicle options and help motorists reduce their impact on the environment – and make cost savings at the same time," he remarked.

The Motor Show is being held between July 23rd and August 3rd at ExCel London, and is being sponsored by Zurich Connect.

Article Date: 30 June 2008

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