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On this day in auto history - December 2nd

02-12-2020

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

01-12-2020

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

01-12-2020

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

01-12-2020

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?

30-11-2020

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

30-11-2020

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

30-11-2020

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

How Secure Is Your Car?

29-11-2020

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

29-11-2020

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?

28-11-2020

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.