Why Did Volvo Drop 10 Brand New Cars From A Crane?


A Swedish car manufacturer has brought a whole new level to the crash test experience by dropping their vehicles 100ft from a crane.

The 40 Places In Your Car Where Germs Hang Out


With the global pandemic increasing a focus on personal hygiene there has been a drive towards keeping things clean, but do you know where to look for the bacteria in your car?

Clock Ticking On Petrol and Diesel Engines


The UK Government is expected to announce a ‘phase-out’ of ICE vehicles from 2030 over the next few days.

On this day in auto history - November 14th


It was on this day in 1979 that Vauxhall officially launched its new Astra range of hatchbacks and estates to the British market.

On this day in auto history - November 13th


It was on this day in 1971 that the iconic thriller Duel - regarded by many as the first ‘great’ motoring movie - was released to critical acclaim.

Is Your Car About To Become Extinct?


A list of the rarest cars in the UK has been revealed, with some old bangers and classic cars set to become extinct forever.

Is UK On Track For EV Switchover?


Electric cars are more popular than ever, and with the government promising to ban combustion engines within the next 15 years it looks like sooner or later we will all be driving an EV, but a new report says much needs to be done before the infrastructure is ready to deal with demand.

On this day in auto history - November 12th


It was on this day in 1953 that the first ever SEAT car - a 1400 model - rolled off an assembly line in the Barcelona district.

On this day in auto history - November 11th


It was on this day in 1990 that Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood was lucky to escape with his life intact after a terrifying car accident left him with two broken legs.

10,000 Tailgaters Caught By New Cameras


A new camera system aimed to clamp down on those motorists who drive too close to the car in front has been launched by Highways England, catching 10,000 offenders in the first month of operation.