§ 51. Mr. Jacques Arnold
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what estimate he has of how many vehicles on the road could be adapted to take lead-free petrol.
§ Mr. Peter Bottomley
Nearly half the cars on the road could use or be easily adapted to use unleaded petrol. About 2 million cars currently on the road could use unleaded petrol without modification and about 7 million others could be easily adapted to do so.