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The Moral Dilemma Of Driverless Cars

30-01-2019

A new survey has found that in a future of driverless cars motorists will put a child pedestrian’s safety before their own if a crash was inevitable.

Are Policing Cuts Making Our Roads Dangerous?

30-01-2019

A senior police spokesman has called for the government to reverse the decline in dedicated road traffic officers suggesting that less police is making for dangerous roads.

Which Car Won The Suitcase Challenge?

24-01-2019

Many cars make great claims about their ample space in the boot, but is there a truly scientific way of finding which vehicle can lay claim to the biggest boot?

MINI Celebrates 60th Birthday With Limited Edition Cooper S

23-01-2019

Fans of one of the classic British cars of a generation can own a piece of history as BMW celebrates Mini’s 60th birthday by producing a limited 500 edition run of Cooper S Minis.

Park Where You Like In The UK City With No Traffic Wardens

22-01-2019

It may sound to some like motoring nirvana, but for one UK city, the prospect of a parking ticket is one less thing to worry about.

Electric Car Demand Continues To Rise

21-01-2019

New figures published this week show that the demand for electric cars has grown for a seventh consecutive year.

Don’t Invalidate Your Policy With A Car Insurance Fib

17-01-2019

With 449,000 dishonest car insurance claims in 2018, insurers are warning not to take a chance which could lead to policies being invalidated or even worse, a fraud conviction.

Save Yourself A Small Fortune By Using This Simple MOT Trick

16-01-2019

Britain’s drivers could save themselves both time and money by utilising a simple trick when booking themselves in for their routine MOT.

Now You Can ‘Teleport’ Anyone Onto The Back Seat Of Your Car

15-01-2019

This month’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has shown in a glimpse into the future for car technology, with many weird and wonderful in-car solutions.

Why It’s Important Not To Ignore A Chip In Your Windscreen

14-01-2019

Drivers in the UK could be hit with a maximum £2,500 fine if a chip in their windscreen leads to a crack that puts your ‘vehicle in a dangerous condition’.