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Used Car Sales On The Rise Once Again

13-11-2019

More than two million used cars were sold between July and September, marking a 0.9 per cent rise on the same period in 2018.

Latest Security Fix Is Only Short Term Plan Say Experts

12-11-2019

The latest security fix in the battle against relay attacks may not be a long term solution says the organisation responsible for rating the security on new vehicles.

Change The Colour Of Your Car At The Flick Of A Switch

06-11-2019

Jaguar Land Rover has announced a major new technology drive which will allow designers to adapt the same tech used in curved TVs and flexible wearables.

Are You Ready For New Mobile Phone In Cars Law?

05-11-2019

The UK Government has moved to close a ‘loophole’ in the law which will change the use of mobile phones while driving.

Twenty Cars A Day Stranded In ‘Live’ Motorway Lanes

04-11-2019

One week after the boss of Highways England admitted smart motorways were not working, new figures reveal the number of vehicles left in potentially life-threatening situations in ‘live’ lanes.

Does Your Used Car Come With Royal Seal Of Approval?

31-10-2019

New research has revealed which celebrities would be trusted the most to endorse a car and the Royal Family might have a career in second hand car sales ahead of them.

Van Thefts On The Rise Says Latest Research

30-10-2019

Commercial vehicle thefts are on the rise and van drivers are experiencing the brunt of the spike with a 50% rise in four years.

Want To Own Mike Tyson’s Stretched Range Rover?

29-10-2019

If a super-stretched limo-style Land Rover has always been your dream motor then you are in luck as a specialist auction is set to put a unique vehicle under the hammer next week.

Why Are Women More Likely To Die In Car Accidents?

28-10-2019

A surprising university study has revealed that women are far more likely to be seriously injured in a head-on crash than men, even if they are wearing a seat-belt.

Smart Motorways ‘Too Complicated’ Says Highways England Chief

24-10-2019

Hard shoulder use on smart motorways could become a thing of the past after the Chief Executive of Highways England admitted that the driving public is confused by their use.