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Subaru Forester has been updated in time for winter with the addition of EyeSight, Subaru’s advanced driver assist technology, fitted as standard equipment.
Looking for the ultimate family car to get noticed in, check out ŠKODA’s newest addition to the family, the Karoq.
Tests to give consumers greater confidence that new cars are not only the cleanest, but the most fuel efficient ever produced.
None of us want to be in a situation where we are anxiously waiting for the police or an ambulance, but are we likely to be waiting longer as more drivers become aware of laws?
Top manufacturers Ford, Vauxhall, BMW, MINI, Mercedes and Smart are offering customers up to £5,000 to trade in their old car for a cleaner model
Road Safety Organisation GEM Motoring Assist want to encourage drivers to reflect on the dangerous moments they have experienced at the wheel, in order to reduce the risks they face on future road journeys.
Royal Mail has signed an agreement with Peugeot to purchase 100 zero-emission Partner L2 Electric vans, to be used for postal deliveries.
New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned in the UK from 2040, in a bid to tackle air pollution, the Government is set to announce.
The current distances underestimate the time it takes for a driver to think and should be re-examined, according to a study conducted by charity, Brake.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) reminds holiday-makers who are taking a rented or leased vehicle abroad this summer, to seek permission from the organisation that owns the vehicle, prior to departure.
This month’s Silverstone Classic Festival, taking place from 28th-30th July, is all set to further enhance the massive three-day extravaganza’s unrivalled status as the world’s biggest classic motor racing festival.