On this day in auto history - December 2nd


It was on this day in 1914 that the luxury Italian manufacturer Maserati was established in Bologna

Blow For EVs As EU Tightens Battery Rules


Electric car batteries are going to face additional scrutiny from early next year after the European Union announced a range of standards with the aim of making batteries more eco-friendly.

Number Plates Are Green For Go


The Government’s incentive for electric vehicles will see zero emission cars given green number plates from next week.

On this day in auto history - December 1st


It was on this day in 2003 that it finally became a specific offence to use a mobile phone in your hand whilst driving in the UK.

Could We Get A Discounted Driving Test At The Supermarket?


A major cost-cutting exercise is being undertaken by the Driving and Vehicle Standards Authority, one which could see an end to the traditional driving test centres.

From Restaurant To Delivery


One of the world’s biggest car manufacturers has turned to the restaurant industry to help them deliver their cars around the world.

On this day in auto history - November 30th


It was on this day in 1906 that the famous Italian automobile manufacturer Lancia was formed in Turin.

How Secure Is Your Car?


Car thieves across the UK could be looking forward to a very merry Christmas with the news that more than five million cars have no security features at all.

On this day in auto history - November 29th


It was on this day in 1975 that one of Britain’s motoring giants, Graham Hill - a two-time Formula One world champion - was tragically killed at the age of 45 when a light aircraft he was piloting crashed on a Herefordshire golf course.

Is Comfort The Key To Your Car?


What is the most important factor you consider when choosing a new car? According to a major new survey from Citroen, comfort is the key.