Monday 25th May 2020
New rules from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have been created to help motorists to reduce the impact of temporary financial distress and to ensure that customers continue to have insurance that meets their demands and needs during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Friday 22nd May 2020
There has been a lot of speculation recently regarding the price of fuel during the coronavirus pandemic, and research has now shown that fuel has dropped to its lowest level since May 2016.
Wednesday 20th May 2020
A £250 million boost is being given to support walking and cycling infrastructures for commuters when lockdown is lifted. This will come in the form of pop-up bike lanes, cycle and bus-only streets and wider pavements.
Monday 18th May 2020
Recent research has found that motorists are not clear on MOT rules during the coronavirus pandemic. The main point to remember is that motorists need to keep their vehicles in a roadworthy state, to avoid prosecution and costly repairs due to cars being neglected for what may be months.
Friday 15th May 2020
Although 15% of motorists have stopped using their car completely in recent weeks, the roads remain a dangerous place as motorists have been found using quieter roads to speed excessively.
Wednesday 13th May 2020
The Metropolitan Police revealed that motorists are really pushing the speed limits, with a worrying 75% increase in ‘extreme’ speeding since lockdown laws have been enforced.
Monday 11th May 2020
Toyota is offering its entire fleet of rental vehicles as free to use for key workers in London during the coronavirus outbreak. This scheme follows similar help offered by other car manufacturers, too.
Friday 8th May 2020
With many people having some more free time at the moment, a project car is a great thing to focus on for a car enthusiast. Research has found some of the most popular project cars and which ones are most in-demand at the moment.
Wednesday 6th May 2020
Global oil prices have hit an 18-year low and it is estimated that for consumers, fuel could cost as little as 98p per litre if the lower wholesale costs were reflected at the pumps. But, it should be considered that if the largest fuel retailers do decide to make another price cut, this will heap yet more pressure on smaller forecourts.