Are You Ready For Ice Ice Baby?


The nights are drawing in and there is an extra chill in the air, and it won’t be long until we are facing the prospect of preparing our cars for winter - however not everyone is ready for the cold weather.

The Kids Are Electric


The drive towards electrification of the nation’s motoring fleet continues at a pace, but according to a new survey by Peugeot, there is still some work to be done convincing the public that EVs are the future.

Is The M62 A Death Trap?


A major investigation has revealed that one of the UK’s busiest motorways has major problems with their digital signs, putting the lives of motorists at risk.

Ford’s EV Investment To Secure 500 Jobs


The motor industry in the UK has received a major boost after Ford announced that it is investing £230m in its Merseyside plant to build electric car parts.

Are We Ready For Pay Per Mile Road Tax?


The British public is ready to embrace a road tax revolution according to a leading UK think-tank which is looking at solutions to raising revenues from drivers.

Car Insurance Costs On The Rise


The return to working in the office has been blamed for a rare increase in the cost of insuring our cars according to new data.

Could This Wet Weather Invention Save Thousands Of Lives?


Slippery road surfaces during wet weather could be a thing of the past if an innovative new invention gets adopted by the motoring industry.

Is Taking A Wrong Turn Bigger Crime Than Shoplifting?


As Transport for London aims to increase the penalty charge notice fine to £160, motoring campaigners are calling the rises ‘unacceptable’ and without justification.

Fury As Supermarket Starts Charging For Air


Disgruntled visitors to one of the leading supermarket chain’s petrol stations have taken to social media to vent their anger at new charges.

Why Are Classic Cars Failing Their MOT?


One in five classic cars are failing their MOT test according to new research, and while it might be expected that older cars would have a higher fail rate, the confusing part of the research is that none of the cars which failed needed to take a test in the first place.