Renault Claims First Best Used Electric Car Accolade


An influential report into the best used cars in the UK has broken from tradition by adding hybrid and electric motors to its list of winners.

Nissan Responds To Sunderland Brexit Closure Rumours


More than 30 years of motoring tradition in the North East of England could be under threat if a no-deal Brexit comes to pass according to reports in a national newspaper.

Dodgy Brakes Causing Accident Hell Across The UK


The Department for Transport has published a list of vehicle defects which are most responsible for causing accidents across the UK and it is no surprise that brakes and tyres are top of the list.

The 12 Greatest Roundabouts Of Britain


To many roundabouts are simply another obstacle in a daily journey of getting from A to B, but to the experts at the UK Roundabout Appreciation Society they are a real thing of beauty and to celebrate their annual calendar they have revealed their top 12.

Why Fewer Dirty Vehicles Are Costing Transport For London


London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone has had an immediate effect on the number of polluting vehicles entering the centre of the capital according to most recent figures.

Why Are New Drivers Losing Their Licences?


New data obtained by a leading road safety charity has revealed the number of new drivers losing their driving licence within two years of passing their test.

Smart Motorways Are Unsafe Say UK Drivers


A new survey published this week has revealed the lack of confidence UK drivers have in the government’s so-called smart motorways.

Where Is The Best Place To Charge Your Electric Car?


A new survey has published the best rated charge-point operators and it is good news for Tesla owners.

US Report Suggests Parents Should Watch Their Kids Driving


Using a dashcam to monitor the driving habits is being encouraged in an effort to reduce young driver accidents new research suggests.

Why It Could Soon Be Legal To Text While Driving


Fancy watching a movie whilst behind the wheel? Sending an email? Reading a book? It might sound a wacky suggestion but a new report suggests that ‘limited automation’ might be closer than we think.