London's green and ethical car service
For business, leisure and the environment
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Looking after the environment and our customers is in our DNA. We aim to keep transport simple, efficient and as clean as possible. Being ethical means looking after our customers, environment, community and workplace. These pillars are crucial to be the best at what we do whilst contributing to London’s quality of life.
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Our green, trustworthy and affordable service has captured an array of loyal customers. We have grown over time from a 4 car operation to working with over 4,000 brands who always commend us on our prompt, professional and ethical service.
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Back to the FutureJanuary 31, 2018 • Jonny Goldstone • News
Not just returning to the company, but returning to the founding principles of Green Tomato Cars, to make the business better and stronger.
Hybrid and Electric cars: What you need to knowDecember 7, 2017 • Debora Irene Christine • Blog Post
Amid the popularity of hybrid and electric cars, many still do not recognise the edges of the two or understand their differences. So, here is a simple guide explaining both types of car that epitomise the future of the transportation industry!
Leading cities with groundbreaking environmental innovationsDecember 4, 2017 • Debora Irene Christine • Blog Post
With growing concerns toward climate risks on one hand and sceptical attitude toward existing regional and global environmental treaties, cities around the world have relied more on local intervention programmes and initiatives to address domestic environmental problems. Collaborating with local communities and public-private partnerships, leading cities across the globe have introduced a variety of green initiatives which whilst being context-specific, set examples for other cities which share similar environmental problems and characteristics.