In the end its obvious that they will push towards removing old cars from roads
This will naturally happen by consumer choice. People buying new cars will decide to go electric as long as electricity bills don't skyrocket and become less economical than liquid fuels but with battery technology improving, people taking advantage of solar panels, etc. that's probably unlikely.
Car manufacturing is very damaging to the environment so it's better to use the cars that are around instead of making new ones and retrofitting electric motors will become a thing for those wanting classic iron.
All fossils fuels eventually will be banned from being sold.
I doubt they will be banned but petrol stations will slowly disappear, fossil fuel will become 'exotic' and uneconomical for most to drive a fossil fuelled car regularly. You'll probably have to buy it in drums, 20 litre containers, etc. and/or bring containers to a distributor to fill to take home to fill up your car.
Best we get out and drive/enjoy our old gals as any petrol head should.
Do it now as much as you can.
Edited by StephenSLR, Yesterday, 09:18 AM.