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On this day in auto history - September 22nd

22-09-2021

It was on this day in 2007 that troubled popstar Britney Spears hit the headlines when police charged her for driving without a valid licence following an alleged ‘hit and run’ incident.

How Often Would You Charge Your EV?

21-09-2021

One of the UK’s biggest EV car brands has challenged motorists to better understand the needs of an electric vehicle in particular how often it might need charging.

Innovative EV Start-Up Saving Bangers From The Scrapheap

21-09-2021

Classic cars are being saved from being sent to landfill and giving the environment a double-boost by being converted to electric by a crusading new London start-up.

On this day in auto history - September 21st

21-09-2021

It was on this day in 1945 that Henry Ford II - grandson and namesake of the company founder - succeeded his late father Edsel as president of the ailing Ford Motor Company.

What Is The UK’s Favourite Driving Tune?

20-09-2021

Britain’s musical and motoring tastes have been put to the test with a revealing new poll which puts one classic rock tune top of the pops for driving.

Majority Of Drivers Want Smart Motorways Cancelled

20-09-2021

Following a series of high-profile accidents, a TV documentary and a string of fatalities, a new survey has found that more than 80 per cent of drivers don’t feel safe when the hard shoulder is removed from motorways.

On this day in auto history - September 20th

20-09-2021

It was on this day in 1962 that the Ford Cortina - one of the UK's best-selling cars ever - was formally launched ahead of that year’s London Motor Show at Earls Court.

On this day in auto history - September 19th

19-09-2021

It was on this day in 1993 that production ended on the popular Ford Orion after a 10 year run.

On this day in auto history - September 18th

18-09-2021

It was on this day in 2004 that the BMW 1 Series was launched...initially to mixed reviews.

 

On this day in auto history - September 17th

17-09-2021

It was on this day in 2000 that a troubled Diego Maradona - widely-regarded as the greatest footballer of all-time - famously cheated death in a car crash in Cuba.