Scottish authorities were left humiliated after it was revealed that investment had been made in electric police vehicles but not in the chargers that would enable them to be used.
More than 20 police stations across the country received new cars, but officers were unable to charge them, relying instead on third parties and chargers in public places, he said. RTS.
Police Scotland has spent more than €23m on its fleet of vehicles to provide an “efficient and sustainable service for the 21st century”.
To make matters worse, the new cars are deployed in 21 locations, which in total have 28 public charging stations in their vicinity.
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