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On this day in auto history - October 23rd

23-10-2021

It was on this day in 1980 that production ceased on the iconic MGB - the most commercially successful British-built sports car ever.

On this day in auto history - October 22nd

22-10-2021

It was on this day in 1926 that all-time great boxer, Harry Greb, died unexpectedly during surgery following a high-profile Pittsburgh car accident.

Airless Tyre To Launch In 2024

21-10-2021

One of the world’s leading tyre brands, Michelin, has revealed details of their new airless tyre, the Uptis, which is said to be longer lasting that traditional tyres and can save on fuel economy.

Petrol Stocks Return To Normal

21-10-2021

The panic-buying fuel shortage experienced across the UK in late September is now officially over after the government confirmed that nationwide stocks had returned to some of their highest levels seen in 2021.

On this day in auto history - October 21st

21-10-2021

It was on this day in 2017 that one of the most expensive vehicles in the world - a bespoke Pagani Zonda - made the headlines after it was smashed to bits following a crash on the A27 in Sussex.

How To Avoid A Shock At Halloween

20-10-2021

It’s the time of trick or treat, pumpkins and things that go bump in the night, but motorists are being warned of an additional horror that could catch many unawares.

Record Petrol Price By End Of The Month

20-10-2021

British motorists are headed for more than halloween horrors at the end of October, with news that the spiralling fuel prices could hit record highs.

On this day in auto history - October 20th

20-10-2021

It was on this day in 1995 that the much-maligned Vauxhall Vectra was launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

How Many Miles On The Clock?

19-10-2021

The nearly-new car market is buoyant with millions of car buyers showing faith in an increasingly impressive range of used motors at experts such as CarSupermarket.com.

UK Must Double Down On Charge Point Installations

19-10-2021

Electric vehicles may be selling faster than ever, but Britain’s charging infrastructure is not being updated fast enough to meet demand according to a new report.