PSA Post Pandemic Profit


The company behind Citroen, DS, Peugeot and Vauxhall have bucked a global motoring downturn by posting strong profits for the opening six months of 2020.

JLR Makes Surprise French Move


Jaguar Land Rover has chosen Frenchman Thierry Bollare as the company’s new chief executive to follow in the footsteps of Dr Ralf Speth.

Is It The End Of The Road For Mitsubishi?


One of Japan’s most established car brands could be exiting the UK car market after Mitsubishi announced that it is freezing the introduction of new models in Europe with immediate effect.

How E-Highways Could Revolutionise Road Networks


A £19.3billion plan to electrify the UK’s motorway network could change the face of heavy goods vehicles and save millions of tonnes of CO2 emissions.

Brits Get Ready For A Life On The Road


UK motorists are doubling down on their breakdown cover this summer with millions determined to dash across the English channel in search of sun, sea and sand.

Traffic Almost Back To Normal


While your daily commute to work may still seem a little quieter than pre-pandemic times, a new report suggests that the roads are getting back to their busiest following lockdown relaxation.

Jaguar Develops COVID-Busting Touchscreen


The tech boffins at Jaguar Land Rover have developed a touchscreen that you don’t need to touch, which has reduced engagement times by 50 per cent and may have also solved a new coronavirus related problem.

Did Highways England Blow Multi-Million Pound Air-Pollution Fund?


A new report has accused Highways England of ‘ineffectively’ spending half of its £75m to cut pollution on the nation’s motorways.

Which Song Is Top Of The Pops When Driving?


Arguments over what songs or playlist to listen to in the car are endless, but it appears that some tunes are real winners for all drivers, with a survey proving the most popular tracks.

Game Boys The Latest Tool In Car Crime


It used to be a screwdriver, or Hollywood movies are to be believed a coat-hanger, but now technologically advanced car thieves are using souped-up Game Boy devices to help them break into cars.