Why Do Ubers Make Britain’s Roads Safer?


Ride-hailing service may have had its critics and be facing a ban from the streets of London, but influential research from the University of Oxford has found that there may be a link to a reduction in road injuries.

Park-Strife: How Bad Parking Is Costing Britain’s Drivers Billions


Britain’s drivers have a problem parking their cars according to a new survey, and it is coming at a cost with an annual repair bill of almost £1.5 billion.

Electric Vehicles Versus The Cold Weather


While the electric vehicle revolution brings many benefits including cheaper fuel and less emissions, there are still some negatives to be considered, especially when the weather turns cold.

Used Car Boom Continues Says Report


New figures published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders show that UK confidence in the used car market has continued through the past twelve months, with buoyant sales in all areas.

Motoring Body Critical Of Government Zero Emissions Plan


The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has called the UK government’s plans to ban the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2032 as a ‘date without a plan’.

Nissan Engine Sounds Help Children Sleep


Kids falling asleep in cars is one of the tricks of the trade for frustrated parents struggling to get their little ones to doze off, and now a new ‘Drive Drive’ engine from Nissan will create hypnotic sounds to send babies and toddlers to sleep more often.

Ford Designs ‘Emoji Jacket’ For Cyclists


The relationship with motorists and cyclists on Britain’s roads may be about to 'emojional' after Ford designed a LED jacket which can communicate a cyclists mood through the medium of emojis.

February Best Month For Cheap Car Insurance Says Report


New research published by one of the UK’s leading price comparison websites is suggesting that drivers could save themselves up to £100 by renewing in February.

Is Your Car A World Car of the Year Contender?


A distinguished panel of eighty-six motoring journalists will judge the winner of the prestigious World Car of the Year to be revealed in New York on April 8th.

Fuelled Your Car Incorrectly? Are You Covered?


Almost 150,000 drivers a year accidently put the wrong fuel in their car, but would you be covered by your insurance if you wanted to claim for the damage caused to your engine?