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Takata Faulty Airbag Recall Reaches 34 Million
Thursday 28th May 2015

Takata, the Japanese airbag maker, has revealed that over 34 million cars have defective airbags installed; causing  safety concerns, and the biggest recall in US automotive history. Regulators have said that Takata have still not found the cause of the defected airbags.

Driverless cars could potentially offer a wealth of benefits and more functions than we expec
Thursday 28th May 2015

Over 70% of motorists would not trust driverless cars, a recent survey has found.

The poll asked drivers if they would trust a driverless car that doesn’t have any passengers inside, and 72% claimed they wouldn’t trust driverless cars under any circumstances.

Tax Disc Reminder Entrepreneur Saves Your Tax Disc Holder
Tuesday 26th May 2015

Now that tax discs are abolished, some are forgetting to renew their car tax. Schoolboy Harvey Millington, aged 13, decided this was the opportunity to start a business selling tax disc reminders that fit into your old tax disc holder. So far the venture has been a great success!

Survive the Stress of Bank Holiday Driving
Tuesday 19th May 2015

Stress-free driving is safe driving, and there’s one time of year that can make a road trip particularly stressful – bank holidays.

Is The Front Passenger Seat Essential?
Monday 18th May 2015

In China Volvo has unveiled a concept car featuring no front passenger seats but instead a mobile office. The idea has been met with enthusiasm in Asia but may not be appreciated by European consumers.

The Telegraph reports:

Petrol Prices Hit Six-Month High
Tuesday 12th May 2015

Petrol prices have risen to a six-month high. While the price at the pump isn't anywhere near the dizzy heights of 2014, fluctuations like this can put an extra burden back on the motorist that many could do without.

The Daily Mail reported:

30 Year Old Motoring Festival In Danger
Friday 8th May 2015

A 30 year old motoring festival is in danger of getting cancelled. Three years ago the Festival of Motoring event got moved from Coventry’s war memorial park to Stoneleigh park.

Car Theft Is At Lowest Since 1968
Tuesday 5th May 2015

Tracker, the tracking device company, has reported that car theft in 2014 was lower than any other year since 1968. Thankfully car theft is becoming less common, with a 70% decline in the last ten years. Still, as has always been the case, some cars are more desirable to thieves than others.

Car Trackers To Be Installed For "Safety"
Friday 1st May 2015

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.

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