How To Avoid Flat Wednesday


Colder weather and a month of inactivity could mean that there are a few flat batteries struggling to start cars this Wednesday. Can you avoid a call out?

‘Cat Burglars’ Targeting These Towns And Cities


The theft of catalytic converters from often unsuspecting car owners has risen six-fold in the last 12 months according to a new survey and some areas of the UK have a bigger problem than others.

Why A Fancy Car Is The Ultimate Status Symbol


The British public may have a reputation for being reserved and not flamboyant, but nothing says ‘We’ve Got Money’ more than a luxurious car according to research published this week.

Rolls Royce - Now Available In Neon


In a break from tradition, classic British car brand, Rolls Royce has revealed an eye-catching range of neon trimmed super-cars.

Innovative Ineos Aim For Hyundai Hydrogen


Not content with stealing the thunder from Land Rover with their Defender inspired Grenadier, Ineos are now looking to take the power from Hyundai to inspire a move towards hydrogen engines.

Sales Surge as Consumers Unanimously Support Climate Initiative


One of the country's biggest car retailers has backed the UK government move to ban internal combustion engines after seeing their own carbon cutting initiatives given a huge thumbs up from consumers.

The Real Cost Of Driving Offences On Your Insurance


Dangerous drivers in the UK are punished in more ways than one for their motoring offences with some having to pay an extra £140 on their car insurance, with premiums rising with each offence committed.

Australia’s EV Tax Law Ridiculed


Legislators in South Australia have been accused of putting a ‘a big tax on not polluting’ and making it more difficult for car buyers to switch to EVs.

How The UK Car Industry Has Spent £735m on Brexit?


The combined efforts of both the motor manufacturing and retail industry in preparing for Brexit has so far cost £235 million in the last ten months, but the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders is warning that the final bill could be in the billions.

Why Owning A Car Is Now More Important Than Ever


The global pandemic has made the UK public more reliant on their own mode of transport more than ever according to a new set of research from the RAC.