Fancy Paying More Than £2,000 For Your Car Tax?


Some models of new car could have to pay eye-watering VED car tax if the system becomes more closely connected to the CO2 emissions each vehicle pumps out.

On this day in auto history – March 24th


It was on this day in 1958 that work finally began on the long-mooted M1 - Britain’s first full length motorway.

Belt-Up: One Third Of Road Deaths Not Wearing Seat-Belt


The number of people killed in car crashes on UK roads due to not wearing a seat-belt is significantly higher than previously reported according to new data.

UK Manufacturers Targeted To Aid Health Crisis


As the coronavirus crisis reaches its peak, the UK’s car manufacturers are amongst a number of industries being asked to help with the manufacture of ventilators.

On this day in auto history – March 23rd


It was on this day in 2009 that India’s Tata Motors launched the vehicle which was supposed to herald a revolution of ultra-affordable cars for the masses - the Tata Nano.

On this day in auto history – March 22nd


It was on this day in 1901 that the Chicago Auto Show - arguably the most prestigious annual car show in the world - was first staged.

On this day in auto history – March 21st


It was on this day in 2002 that car production ceased at Luton’s famous Vauxhall plant after 97 years.

On this day in auto history – March 20th


On this day in 2001 South Korean entrepreneur Chung Ju-yung - founder of Hyundai - passed away at the age of 85.

Lack Of Electric Car Battery Investment Could Cost Jobs


A major new study has revealed that a lack of investment in the new industry of electric car battery production could cost hundreds of thousands of jobs.

‘Ambulance-Chasing’ Lawyers Cheat Motorists Out Of £2bn


Millions of British drivers may be able to recoup their legal fees from an accident after a legal precedent said motorists were being overcharged.