On this day in auto history – March 6th


It was on this day in 1986 that celebrated Formula One boss, Sir Frank Williams, suffered the near-fatal car accident in France which would render him a quadriplegic.

Delivered Straight To Your Door - Your Car Door


A new innovation from Volkswagen will see packages delivered straight into the boot of your car, if you are too busy to collect the parcel at home.

Tesla Claims Another Top UK Award


An electric car has claimed a major industry award once again as Tesla’s Model 3 has been announced as UK Car of the Year for 2020.

On this day in auto history – March 5th


It was on this day in 1993 that Ford finally introduced its much-hyped new ‘world car’, the Ford Mondeo (badged the ‘Contour' in the US) after years of planning.

Should Driving Test Change For Electric Vehicles?


One of the UK’s biggest insurers has called for major changes to the driving test to take into consideration the rapid move towards electric cars.

Almost 12 Million Car Owners Forget To MOT Their Car


Shocking figures published this week reveal that millions of car have been on the UK road network in a potentially dangerous condition after failing to attend an MOT.

On this day in auto history – March 4th


On this day in 1987, elderly Scottish gent David Cooper became the oldest person to pass the Department of Transport’s driving test at the grand old age of 89.

Eighty Per Cent Of British Made Cars Go Abroad


The UK car manufacturing industry is experiencing turbulent times and latest published figures reveal that the interest for the domestic market has dropped sharply.

Spanish Car Tech Will Detect Sleepy Drivers


Drivers who fall asleep at the wheel will be kept alert in the future thanks to new technology developer by SEAT.

On this day in auto history – March 3rd


It was on this day in 1932 that Alfieri Maserati - the most celebrated of the five brothers who established the famous marque in the family surname - died at the age of just 44.