Can Volkswagen Overtake Tesla As Top EV Brand?


Watch out Elon, a German is hard on your shoulder and could be about to overtake as the world’s No.1 EV brand.

Next Monday Is Most Dangerous Day To Drive


If UK lockdown wasn’t excuse enough to stay off the roads, new research has revealed that Monday 18th January is the most dangerous day to drive on the road.

Drivers Pay The Price For Pandemic Petrol


New analysis from the end of 2020 has shown that supermarket petrol prices were not in line with actual price of oil and that retailers were penalising drivers ahead of anticipated lockdowns.

2020 Was Worst Year This Century For New Car Sales


British car buyers turned away from purchasing new cars in the last 12 months, though sales of used and nearly new cars remained strong as forward-thinking companies such as Motor Depot found innovative ways to keep their customers happy.

Which EV Charge Points Are Rated Best?


An annual survey of the UK’s network of EV charge point suppliers has revealed that some providers give their customers a buzz, whilst other leave users feeling flat.

Electric Vehicle Owners Are Hooked Says Poll


Less than ten per cent of drivers who have bought an electric vehicle say they would consider a switch back to a petrol or diesel engine according to a poll published this week.

Powerful New Headlights Could Be Blinding Drivers Says Surgeon


The sale of LED and Xenon car headlights should be better regulated says one of the UK’s leading eye surgeons, who believes that badly fitted lights could pose a danger on the roads.

How To Keep Your Car Running During Christmas Lockdown


With millions of Brits staying at home on Christmas Day there’s likely to be a record low number of cars on the roads, but if you do need to venture out, the RAC has put together a handy checklist to ensure you don’t get frozen in.

Extra Checkpoints Set Up To Catch Drink Drivers


A Christmas tipple with the family could be more costly than you think this festive season as police patrols are stepped up with the aim of cracking down on drink driving.

Are Brits Ready For Pay-As-You-Drive?


A major new survey has found a surprising number of British motorists would be happy to pay charges for every mile that they drive, as a replacement for lost fuel tax revenues.