Car Insurance News Articles
If you’re in the market to purchase a new car, do you take in consideration whether the car is petrol, diesel, hybrid or electric?
Jim Holder, MSN reports:
These are confusing times for car buyers looking to buy the car that best suits their needs.
If you live near a main road or motorway, you’ll be familiar with the noise pollution that inevitably accompanies a busy road. But, have you thought about the air pollution?
Michael Cox, Auto Express reports:
Electrics cars have come a long way, with the efficiency and technology advancing at an incredible pace. Sir Richard Branson has played a key part in this development and has begun paving the way to a quieter and cleaner future for cars.
Harriet Alexander, The Telegraph, reports:
The number of traffic officers has fallen by a third in ten years. This has raised concerns over how UK roads will be kept safe, with fewer officers to police the roads.
The Daily Mail reports:
The government has announced a wide-reaching set of initiatives designed to control pollution generated by cars in Britain.
Ed Wiseman, Yahoo! News, reports:
If you have your own drive way, the problems of parking should be eliminated. But what if parking on your driveway still resulted in a parking fine?
Rachael Burford, The Mail Online, reports:
If you have a long daily commute to work, would you be in favour of using that time to be proactive and productive, instead of having to drive?
MSN news reports:
The first automobile was first invented in the late 1800’s, and much like then, the focus is moving away from ownership and more towards using cars as a service.
Richard Laughton, Yahoo News, reports:
Finding the exact change to pay for parking can be a challenge, even more so if the parking ticket machine doesn’t accept the new £1 coin.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
If given the choice would you rather invest in improving our roads, or the technology behind driverless cars?
MSN news reports: