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What Country Has Cheapest Driving Lessons?

03-11-2021

The UK may be showing slow signs of recovering from the pandemic, but if you are learning to drive, or are considering taking lessons then you either face a long wait or a huge bill as demand far exceeds supply.

Tesla Opens Superchargers To Non-Teslas

02-11-2021

One of the great things about owning a Tesla is that you have your own network of electric charge Superchargers exclusively available for the use of Tesla owners only - however that perk may soon be about to disappear.

Budget Boost Won’t Fix Pothole Crisis

02-11-2021

The Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak unveiled his Autumn Budget last week, with seemingly good news for motorists including a £5bn investment in the roads infrastructure.

Budget Fails Struggling Motor Industry

01-11-2021

While last week’s Budget may have been hailed a good one for motorists with a fuel tax freeze and billions invested into roads, the UK motor industry have called it disappointing.

Fuel Price To Hit £1.50 Per Litre

01-11-2021

The UK’s petrol price spiral is set to continue upwards as all areas of the country push beyond the previous record high of 142.48p.

On this day in auto history - October 31st

31-10-2021

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

On this day in auto history - October 30th

30-10-2021

It was on this day in 2002 that a leaked report revealed how a single traffic warden in Cumbria was issuing tickets on an unprecedented scale.

On this day in auto history - October 29th

29-10-2021

It was on this day in 1986 that the final section of London’s 117 orbital motorway - the M25 - was officially opened to traffic.

What Does The Budget Really Mean For Drivers?

28-10-2021

Was Rishi Sunak’s Autumn Budget a good one for motorists? The Chancellor introduced a range of measures focused on fuel duty to road improvements, but how will they really impact our daily drive?

Is Driving Too Expensive For Youngsters?

28-10-2021

The number of younger drivers is on a downslope, and new research has found that the costing of learning, buying and running a car is the biggest factor stopping new drivers.