Motorists who modify their cars are more likely to be involved in an accident, according to a study by MoneySupermarket.com.(more…)
Thirty years ago, on 21st April 1989, Vauxhall was first to cut emissions with three-way catalytic converter on every model in its range – from Nova and Astra, to Corsa and Cavalier, forging the way for new environmentally focussed innovations throughout the industry.(more…)
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May of The Grand Tour concluded the 3rd season’s finale with an emotional send off, one that marks the end of the “audience, track, and tent” format for the show.(more…)
Road rage will never lead to anything good, and yet people continue to vent their frustration behind the wheel, often putting themselves and other motorists in great danger.(more…)
Westcotec have revealed a new detector system that aims to warn drivers against using mobile phones while driving.(more…)
Research by Green Flag has found that UK drivers feel so frustrated with potholes that two in five would be willing to pay more in tax or tolls for the luxury of driving on pothole-free roads.(more…)
With summer and warmer weather just around the corner, Vauxhall is encouraging customers to stay safe and book their Vauxhall in for a Check and Treat. From the 11th April, Vauxhall customers can choose from one of three free treats as a ‘thank you’ when they take their Vauxhall in for a check.
The RAC has developed and launched new industry-leading equipment that effectively brings flatbed recovery capability to its breakdown patrol vans, potentially saving hundreds of thousands of drivers time and stress every year.(more…)
A key committee of EU lawmakers on Monday rejected a European Commission push for a Wi-Fi-based technology for cars, backing critics who support the alternative 5G standard.(more…)
The RAC has signed a new five-year contract to provide roadside assistance services to Groupe PSA, the second largest car manufacturer in Europe.
History repeated itself today as Gregor Marshall, son of famous Vauxhall racer Gerry Marshall, got behind the wheel of his father’s legendary race car, ‘Old Nail’, ahead of this weekend’s Bonhams Goodwood Members’ Meeting Sale.(more…)
A surge in vehicle thefts, including keyless car crime, has led to motor insurers paying out a record £1 million every day according to figures published by the Association of British Insurers.