On this day in auto history - December 23rd


It was on this day in 1997 that production abruptly ended on the Rover 100 - formerly known as the Metro - following the fallout from a disastrous safety rating

What Was Your Favourite Car of the 1990s?


Whilst classic cars from the 60s and 70s may be considered the best era, there is a growing number of motor enthusiasts who point to a more recent decade for desirable vehicles.

This Car Insurance Mistake Might Cost You £500


New research has revealed that spreading the payments for car insurance could be costing you almost £500 more than paying in one lump sum.

On this day in auto history - December 22nd


It was on this day in 1960 that the one millionth Morris Minor rolled off a production line, making it the first British car to pass the magic milestone.

Scalextric Roads Could Charge EVs


Electric cars of the future could be charged by the very roads they are driven on if a new trial gets the go-ahead around the country.

How The Pandemic Made Our Roads Safer


Fewer cars on the roads in 2020 have saved Britain’s biggest insurers a fortune and now those savings could be passed on to the consumer via cheaper premiums.

On this day in auto history - December 21st


It was on this day in 1945 that American war hero General George S. Patton tragically passed away from injuries sustained a car accident 12 days earlier.

Can Cameras Deter Tailgaters?


A trial of new camera technology on the M1 could lead to tailgate offenders being find after being caught in action.

Young Drivers To Get T-Plate


Britain’s newly qualified drivers could graduate from L-plates to T-plates following the introduction of an innovation from one of the country’s leading motor insurers.

On this day in auto history - December 20th


It was on this day in 1954 that American giants Buick Motor Company signed a deal with entertainer Jackie Gleason which was believed to be the biggest commercial contract in show business history at the time.