Government Doubles EV Car Charger Investment


With more electric vehicles registered in 2019 than all of the other years combined, the UK government has made additional funds available to fast-track the installation of public chargers.

The Big Diesel Drop


A new report published by the AA has revealed that diesel consumption in the last year has dropped - for the first time in a decade.

Smart Motorways: Why Breakdown Companies Won’t Stop


A new BBC documentary has revealed that one of the UK’s top breakdown recovery firms is refusing to attend vehicles which are broken down on smart motorways.

Revealed: The UK’s Favourite Car Colour


New statistics published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders has revealed the nation’s favourite car colour based on the vehicles sold in 2019 - can you guess what it is?

Jaguar Seat To Rock And Roll


A new technology developed by Jaguar Land Rover will ease the pain of long car journeys by tricking the body into thinking it is actually walking.

Electric Car Boom Continues


A surge in the demand for electric vehicles in the last year has demonstrated that public confidence is growing in plug-in cars.

‘Truly Outstanding’ Winner Of What Car? Car Of The Year Award


One of the most prestigious Car of the Year awards has revealed something of a surprise winner, with Ford’s Puma SUV claiming the top gong ahead of stiff competition.

Revealed: The Most Annoying Thing About Driving


A new survey has revealed that potholes remain public enemy number one on the nation’s roads, with 55 per cent of Brits saying that the dangerous gaps in the highway are the most irritating thing about driving.

Which Car Can Improve Your Chances On Tinder?


According to new research, those who play the game of love on apps such as Tinder can increase their chances of finding a match by posting a picture with a car - but there are some cars which increase your chances even further.

Some Of Britain’s Best Loved Cars Could Disappear


The European Union’s strict new laws on emissions could see motoring bosses decide to pull some of their most popular models according to industry experts.