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‘Truly Outstanding’ Winner Of What Car? Car Of The Year Award

16-01-2020

One of the most prestigious Car of the Year awards has revealed something of a surprise winner, with Ford’s Puma SUV claiming the top gong ahead of stiff competition.

Revealed: The Most Annoying Thing About Driving

15-01-2020

A new survey has revealed that potholes remain public enemy number one on the nation’s roads, with 55 per cent of Brits saying that the dangerous gaps in the highway are the most irritating thing about driving.

Which Car Can Improve Your Chances On Tinder?

14-01-2020

According to new research, those who play the game of love on apps such as Tinder can increase their chances of finding a match by posting a picture with a car - but there are some cars which increase your chances even further.

Some Of Britain’s Best Loved Cars Could Disappear

13-01-2020

The European Union’s strict new laws on emissions could see motoring bosses decide to pull some of their most popular models according to industry experts.

The 2019 Winning Car Brands

09-01-2020

Whilst new registrations are down to a six year low, the market still has some success stories with a number of brands reporting an increase in sales.

Does Your Car Make 2020 Car of the Year Shortlist?

08-01-2020

Some of the best cars of the last 12 months are in contention for a major prize next week as What Car? names its prestigious Car of the Year Award for 2020.

Trump Blamed For Pain At The Petrol Pump

07-01-2020

Donald Trump’s military strikes in the Middle East could lead to the price of fuel at the pump escalating higher than some industry experts even predicted.

Why Wrongly Installed Sat Nav Could Land £1,000 Fine

06-01-2020

A major road safety organisation has issued a new set of guidelines after poorly placed satellite navigation systems were flagged as being potentially dangerous.

Luxury UK Brand Not Rushed For EV Option

01-01-2020

Whilst many of Europe’s biggest car brands have at least one EV project in the pipeline, the CEO of UK based Bentley has admitted that a full electric version of their luxury car is still some way off.

Slow Drivers Blamed For Spike In Fatalities

30-12-2019

A worrying set of figures published by the Department for Transport has revealed that slow driving, and associated behaviours are leading to a rise in serious accidents on Britain’s roads.