Got An EV In Barrow-In-Furness? Hard Luck!


A new raft of data published by the Department for Transport has revealed which areas of the UK are well served by electric charging points and which are not.

On this day in auto history - November 4th


It was on this day in 2005 that production was finally ended on the problem hit Smart Roadster following dwindling sales across Europe.

Motoring Trailblazers - Fiat 600 Multipla


The world of motoring is hurtling headlong into a bright new future of all-electric, automated, connected technology - and Marty McFly is not behind the wheel! But what were the cars that were ‘back to the future’ of years gone by?

Back To The 80s: Mercedes-Benz S-Class


Let's celebrate the 80s, a period of huge change across Britain as a whole, and one which had incredible landmarks in the motor industry.

On this day in auto history - November 3rd


It was on this day in 1999 that celebrated Scottish actor Ian Bannen was tragically killed in a car accident whilst house-hunting on the banks of Loch Ness.

On this day in auto history - November 2nd


It was on this day in 2007 that the famous Aston Martin DB5 once owned by late Beatles star George Harrison sold at a Sotheby’s auction for over £250,000 to Jimi Heselden - the British entrepreneur who owned Segway Inc.

On this day in auto history - November 1st


It was on this day in 1919 that iconic British marque Armstrong Siddeley was officially formed in Coventry by John Davenport Siddeley.

London’s ULEZ Brings In £40m In Six Months


The Ultra Low Emission Zone in the UK’s capital may be creating cleaner air for London, but it is also driving serious revenues for the Transport for London coffers.

More Drivers Than Ever Prepared To Go Electric


New research has revealed that more than one in five drivers are saying that their next car will be an all-electric - making them more popular than diesel and hybrids for the first time.

On this day in auto history - October 31st


It was on this day in 1951 that the first permanent 'zebra crossing’ in the UK was introduced in the Berkshire town of Slough.