Tracking devices have been in mobile technology for a while now. With GPS tracking and people ‘checking in’ on social media it’s easy to know where your friends may be.
There were 492,774 cars registered in March 2015 - the most ever since 1999, when the twice-a-year number plate changes were first introduced.
The first three months of 2015 have seen new van sales hit a record high, but figures have shown that half the vans on our roads are unsafe to drive.
Audi have made a renewable, sustainable fuel that is in effect a synthetic diesel. The synthetic diesel is made up of water, carbon dioxide and renewable energy sources – and is considered "carbon neutral". The car giant is backing this inventive idea fully.
When buying a car many motorists tend to steer clear of new cars simply because of the higher costs and potential depreciation. Yet, every March we see a boom in new car sales to coincide with the new number plate registrations.
The BBC reported:
As Britain’s biggest private car collection goes to auction it's going to be a hard fought battle between ex-Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson, and his possible replacement, Chris Evans.
Car headlights, indicators and brake lights can become dimmed with excess grime, and number plates can become entirely obscured.
Sixty litres of glow-in-the-dark paint were involved in breaking a Guinness world record last month.
Motorists have been informed that a £20 fine will be presented to them if they are sat in a stationary car with the engine running. From 1st of May the new penalty will come into force in two trial boroughs of London, and as you can imagine the majority are against the new fines.
Across the country some drivers might be getting a little too big for their boots when it comes to road courtesy. Drivers are being fined for offences such as splashing pedestrians and risking their lives to jump a few cars ahead.
The Telegraph reported: