Car Insurance News Articles
London has a reputation for being a city that struggles with heavy traffic, so it comes as no surprise that the M25 has taken the titles as the UK’s slowest motorway.
Jack Evans, Yahoo! News, reports:
It might be a small journey for a driverless car, but it’s a great leap forward in driverless technology!
Laura Thomson, Yahoo! News, reports:
An autonomous commuter shuttle is to be seen on the streets of London in a UK first.
The Suzuki Swift it a popular little car, and for good reason! This report tells you all you need to know about this light, quick and stylish hatchback, and just what makes it so special.
Andrew English, The Telegraph, reports:
With 4 days off and spring weather, families up and down the country will be hitting the roads on Easter weekend looking for a change of scenery. But is your vehicle, insurance, and breakdown cover ready?
Jo Thornton, The Daily Mail, reports:
It’s bad enough that parking machines don’t accept copper coins, and worse still when you find a counterfeit coin in your purse that gets rejected. It will be even more frustrating if parking machines are unable to accept the new £1, especially considering it will be legal tender.
Driverless cars have been a popular topic in the media as their release onto our roads approaches. They haven’t always received a positive response, although Londoners appear to be in favour.
David Williams, Evening Standard, reports:
Clunking over a pothole is all too familiar, and you may even plan your route to avoid some of the worst affected roads in your local area. They aren’t just annoying though, they are potentially dangerous and can easily cause damage to your car.
The PSA Group has been looking to own Vauxhall for many years, and the deal has finally gone through. But what does this mean for Vauxhall?
Rob Hull, The MailOnline, reports:
Air pollution is a hot topic. It’s driving the production of electric cars and has prompted countries such as Norway to consider banning petrol cars altogether. But what steps is the UK taking? The mayor of London has an unusual suggestion.
Fionn Hargreaves, The MailOnline, reports:
Learning how to drive is a privilege, not a right, and with roads getting busier and cars getting larger, it makes sense to update both the theory and practical driving test. But have they been made too difficult? In France, it seem that they might.