On this day in auto history - September 10th


It was on this day way back in 1897 that London taxi driver George Smith acquired the dubious distinction of becoming the first person in the UK to be arrested and fined for drink driving.

VW Unveils EV Concept


Volkswagen have used the International Motor Show in Munich to give a glimpse into what the near future of electric vehicles might look like for the brand.

Hyundai Commits Big To Hydrogen


Korean motor brand Hyundai has laid out its plans to have a full fleet of hydrogen powered vehicles by 2028.

On this day in auto history - September 9th


It was on this day in 2007 that Volkswagen first unveiled its eagerly-awaited new city car concept, the VW Up!.

Dacia Disrupts Once Again


Not content with having the most affordable new car on the market, Dacia are now breaking down barriers once again by introducing a seven-seater.

Ex-Traffic Cop Lifts The Lid On Speeding


The many myths of how and when drivers can get punished for speeding have been tackled by a former police officer who is now working as a Casualty Reduction Officer, with his trusty speed camera and van.

On this day in auto history - September 8th


It was on this day in 1963 that renowned auto engineer Maurice Wilks - the inspiration behind developing the Land Rover - passed away suddenly at his farm on the Isle of Anglesey.

EV Customers To Get Fair Energy Deal


Great Britain’s energy regulator, Ofgem, has unveiled a plan which will ensure that those who switch to an electric vehicle get a fair deal from the electricity providers as more people go green.

Dusty Old Cars In £1million Sale


An impressive collection of 174 vehicles which have been stored in a warehouse for decades is set to go under the hammer with estimates expecting the auction to bring in more than £1m for a mystery seller.

On this day in auto history - September 7th


It was on this day in 1962 that a mundane Austin A40 made history when it became the first vehicle to leave the British Motor Corporation’s newly-completed Car Assembly Building 2 (CAB 2) at its historic Longbridge plant in Birmingham.