On this day in auto history - January 29th


It was on this day in 1981 that Nissan first announced plans to build a UK factory in a move which sent shockwaves through the industry

Has The Queen Disabled Her Seat Belt Warnings?


The royal family’s driving habits are under further scrutiny after a newspaper report suggested the monarchy have specially adapted Land Rovers which don’t warn drivers if they are not wearing a seatbelt.

Car Insurance Prices Dropped In 2018, But You Might Not Have Noticed


The cost of insuring a car dropped for the first time in four years last year, but the motoring public is still being ripped-off according to experts.

Are Car Manufacturers Doing Enough To Prevent Keyless Car Thefts?


A new report from Which? has revealed that thieves are capable of stealing 230 vehicles using the latest relay attack technology.

On this day in auto history - January 28th



It was on this day in 1999 that Ford beat off stiff competition to buy the car division of Swedish giant Volvo.


The Cars That Money Can’t Buy – Maserati Birdcage


Sometimes your wallet won’t stretch to purchasing your dream motor. But don’t worry too much, there are some cars that even the biggest bank balances can’t buy, the dream cars that will forever remain a dream. These are the concept cars that never go into production.

On this day in auto history - January 27th


On this day in 2007, 33-year-old Timothy Brady became the fastest driver ever caught in a routine speed check in the UK.

Motoring Trailblazers - Renault 16


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?

On this day in auto history - January 26th


On this day in the year 2000 that Ford shocked the financial world by announcing the largest annual profit in the auto industry’s history.'s Great British Cars – Jaguar XJ220


Great Britain, great cars. The UK motor industry is respected the world over, and though many of the vehicles are actually owned by foreign manufacturers, there can be no doubting of the fantastic heritage of the British motor.