Car Sales Drop In August


The pandemic continues to bite into the motor industry with news that August new car registrations were down on the previous year.

Did Your Car Insurance Company Play Fair During COVID?


While the global pandemic may have seen car insurance claims fall significantly, a new report has suggested the insurers did not pass on savings to the customer.

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.

On this day in auto history - September 6th


It was on this day in 2004 that car-loving Jamiroquai lead singer Jay Kay hit the headlines when he was banned from driving after he was clocked overtaking vehicles at 105mph on a notorious A-road in Perthshire.

On this day in auto history - September 5th


It was on this day in 1977 that influential German industrialist Hanns-Martin Schleyer - one of the main figures at Mercedes’ parent company Daimler-Benz - was kidnapped in a dramatic case which gripped Germany.

On this day in auto history - September 4th


It was on this day in 1947 that the Rover board sanctioned the production of a brand new, all-purpose vehicle which was to become the Land Rover.

Is Your Car One Of The Most Reliable On The Road?


A respected poll of car owners in the UK has revealed a top ten list of most reliable motors.

The What Car? survey asked close to 13,000 drivers key questions about the reliability of the car they own and made some surprising findings.

Are Your Friends Electric?


A major new survey has revealed the level of intent from the nation’s car buying public to purchasing an electric car as their next vehicle.

On this day in auto history - September 3rd


It was on this day in 1976 that the long-awaited Ford Fiesta - Britain’s best-selling car of all time - was formally launched.

JLR Backs ‘Back To School’ With Donations


Jaguar Land Rover is donating reusable protective face visors to primary and secondary schools across the UK to support the return to the classroom following the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.