Is This The World’s Most Expensive Video Game Accessory?


If you thought forking out in excess of £50 for the latest X-Box joystick was a bit much, the latest racing simulator technology from Aston Martin might just make you want to give up gaming completely.

Can You Train Your Brain To Ignore Car Sickness?


A new study from the University of Warwick may have found a way for us to trick our brains to reduce motion sickness.

On this day in auto history - September 15th


It was on this day in 2007 when news emerged that Britain’s former World Rally Champion Colin McRae had been killed along with three fellow passengers in a tragic helicopter accident in West Scotland.

First Time Offenders To Escape Punishment


A new raft of laws aimed at handing additional powers to local councils could include a bonus for drivers who make a first time offence.

Is Motoring Set For £100bn Crash?


Some of Europe’s biggest motor manufacturers have warned that a no-deal Brexit combined with a COVID-19 downturn could be catastrophic for the industry.

On this day in auto history - September 14th


It was on this day in 1982 that the world was rocked by the news that Princess Grace of Monaco - aka Grace Kelly - had died of her injuries from a car crash in Monaco the previous day.

On this day in auto history - September 13th


It was on this day in 2001 that the first generation Citroen C3 was first unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show before going on sale the following year.

Motorways To Trial 60mph Speed Limit


Highways England has announced a series of trials on the motorway network which will analyse the effect of reducing the speed limit on some of the busiest stretches of road.

On this day in auto history - September 12th


It was on this day in 2000 that Government ministers held a series of emergency meetings to deal with an escalating 'fuel crisis’ caused by a series of protests and blockades.

Are You Ready For ‘Money Box’ Junctions?


Motoring organisations are warning that additional powers handed down to local councils are in danger of being exploited by cash hungry authorities.