US motoring mammoth General Motors (GM) have avoided potential friction with key shareholders by mentioning the fact they will be buying back their own shares.
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Government ministers are to be catapulted into the future with the first fleet of electric cars to replace their old fuel run motors.
With the release of new car registrations this month, many motorists will be visiting the forecourt to pick up a new vehicle, and many of those will also be using their new car to drive in Europe.
We are sure everyone is aware of our favourite car programme’s situation at the moment. Jeremy Clarkson is once again getting media attention after a “fracas” with producer Oisin Tymon.
Oil imports could be cut by 40% due to a surge in electric vehicles on the roads. Motorists could be reaping the benefits by 2030 as more drivers are predicted to switch to electric vehicles, making driving a lot less expensive for drivers of petrol and diesel-fuelled vehicles.
It can be devastating when your beloved pet goes missing, especially if, as happens occasionally, no trace of the animal is ever found.
If more UK drivers decide to buy an electric car then the country could save billions in fuel costs. While it requires a massive investment in infrastructure by the Government, the added health benefits and costs cut could be a big incentive.
Recently a shock admission by Ministers that encouraging uptake of diesel cars may have been a mistake, due to their unexpectedly high nitrogen oxide emissions, has caused a backla
Classic car and van company Ford are looking at new ways to make a profit involving ‘Smart Transport Systems’. Ford is bringing out an e-bike which will come in two models, one for commuters and the other as a commercial bike for couriers.
Rumour has it that the classic car company Aston Martin are looking to radically change their audience.