Despite its hefty price tag, most of us can still appreciate the design and motoring genius of those at Aston Martin. The new Aston Martin DB9 GT is not the most bespoke-looking of Aston Martins, the visual changes are subtle, with the most obvious identifier being th
Should those that ‘hog’ the middle lane be considered some of the safest drivers on the road, instead of being accused of being the source of annoyance for most motorists? Instead of breaking the speed limit in the outside lane, or getting ‘stuck’ on the inside lane,
Toyota has decided to create a car of the future, a clean and efficient vehicle which runs of hydrogen. The car is called the Mirai, meaning future in Japanese. The Mirai is focused more on efficiently and how eco-friendly it is rather than looks or speed, but don’t let that put you off.
Over half of motorists believe residents should "own" the road outside their homes for the purposes of parking.
A recent survey has found that 53% of people would like to be within their rights to prevent other motorists from parking directly outside their homes.
Residents have been paying for on-road residential parking for many years now, but who knew there was such a price difference between locations? South Ayrshire Council charges just 50p for a parking permit each year whereas a Manchester Council has decided to charge up to £750!
We often think of winter as the time when we should take the greatest care on the roads, with snow, ice and other dangers to contend with. But summer comes with its own reasons to be cautious.
What Causes Summer Breakdowns?
Lamborghini boss Stephan Winkelmann has signed a deal with Italian Leader Matteo Renzi to create Lamborghini an SUV in the heart of Italy. Other countries such as Slovakia wanted to build the car on their turf but Italy had beaten the bid. The deal was shook on at a ceremony in Rome.
Rolls Royce, famous for naming their cars after supernatural beings (the Phantom, Ghost and Wraith for example) has broken its tradition with a new car that is named something unrelated. The new car is named Dawn.
On May 28th a four lorry pile up occurred on the A14 between Histon and Girton. The accident was captured on the mobile phone cameras of passing drivers, and 15 of them are to be prosecuted.
A seriously desirable Bentley was discovered in a garage in Surrey and estimated to be worth £300,000 – to the surprise of the owner! The car was built in 1929, was taken off the road in 1985 and left in a garage for the past 30 years.
The Telegraph reports: