On this day in auto history - January 15th


It was on this day in 1918 that the American motoring pioneer John Dodge died suddenly from pneumonia while in New York City during that year’s notoriously deadly flue pandemic. He was 55.

Birmingham Bans Cars - Is Your Home Town Next


As Birmingham becomes the latest city to announce plans to ban the use of private cars in the city centre, could your home town be next to make the bold move?

Could You Spend Seven Billion Hours Looking For A Parking Spot?


Next time you are driving around in circles looking for a city centre parking spot, spare a thought for the nation’s van drivers who seem to spend half their working life looking for somewhere to park their vehicle.

On this day in auto history - January 14th


It was on this day way back in 1896 that the Daimler Motor Co. was founded by the colourful motor industry pioneer Harry John Lawson.

Karaoke Comes To Cars To Help Belt Out Tunes


James Corden has a lot to answer for with his famous carpool karaoke videos, so much so that a Taiwanese company has now invented a mobile karaoke machine for in the car.

German Brands Dominated 2019


Britain may be heading for Brexit in 2020, but there may be some awkward conversations to be had in pubs across the UK as research shows that we love German motors on our roads.

On this day in auto history - January 13th


It was on this day in 1988 that celebrated English car designer Donald Healey passed away at the age of 89.

London Streets Get More Money Spent On Them


Drivers in the UK’s capital are less likely to encounter a pothole after it was revealed that London’s roads get more spent on them than the rest of the country.

On this day in auto history - January 12th


It was on this day in 1986 that famous American soul singer Luther Vandross was seriously injured in a car crash that killed a passenger in his car.

Can You Read This Headline?


Poor eyesight amongst the nations motorists is leading to 7,000 drivers a year seeing their driving licence taken away according to new figures released by the DVLA.