Tuesday 9th May 2017
Diesel engines were first used in cars in the 1930s, when Citroen developed the Rosalie in 1933. After World War II, diesel-powered cars became more popular for commercial vehicles such as ambulances and taxis, with Mercedes-Benz offering many of the latter.
Tuesday 25th April 2017
Rather than being a distraction, there are ways that passengers can help the driver, making the journey safer and easier. Here are a few things you can do to be a helpful passenger.
Tuesday 21st March 2017
A car modification is any change made to a vehicle that isn’t part of the original manufacturer’s specification. Many drivers like to make changes to their cars to personalise them, to improve the way they look, and to make them perform better.
Tuesday 13th December 2016
Adverse weather conditions such as snow, fog, ice, and cold weather in general can all have an impact on your vehicle and your daily journeys, so it’s important to be prepared for a cold snap. If you’re going to be out and about a lot during the Christmas period, take a look at our top tips to help you stay safe on the roads this winter.
Learning To Drive
Tuesday 15th November 2016
44% of the UK’s first time drivers are over the age of 25, research from earlier this year has suggested. The number of 17 to 20 year olds taking driving lessons has dropped by 21% in the past nine years, meaning just a third of today’s first time drivers fall into this age bracket. But why has there been such a decrease in young adults learning to drive?
Tuesday 18th October 2016
According to a report by the Harvard Health Watch, the average American spends 101 minutes per day driving. That’s quite a lot of time for anyone to spend sitting behind the wheel, but isn’t very much compared to HGV drivers, who in the UK can drive for up to nine hours per day.