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Eco-Driving

High energy prices lead to people shunning electric cars – so why aren’t we doing more to clean up petrol?

The surge in energy prices is putting people off buying electric cars and shows why immediate solutions to cutting dangerous emissions from petrol and diesel vehicles is crucial, a leading …

Occupational driving

Changing the MOT to every two years a ‘dangerously bad idea’

Any plans to change the compulsory MOT from every year to every two years to reduce the cost of living have been slammed by a majority of motorists. The suggestion …

Safeguarding

Volvo’s latest tech detects sleeping drivers and phone users behind the wheel

The safest car ever is set to be unveiled in the near future, according to Volvo. It’ll be the first car to monitor drivers using cameras and sensors to detect …

Cars

Drivers warned to check before using E10 petrol

Drivers have been warned when opting for E10 petrol as some vehicles might not be compatible with the fuel. It can cause substantial damage and huge repair costs if drivers …

Eco-Driving

Are tech companies wrong to think electric cars are a solution to climate change?

Transport is one of the main issues to consider when the word ‘climate change’ is spoken. Governments around the world are pushing to invest in cleaner, electric-powered vehicles to limit …

Parking

Fighting for a space – which UK cities have the best parking provision?

Which UK cities have the best parking provision? In the UK, huge numbers of people use their cars daily, whether commuting to work, doing the weekly shopping, taking gran to …

Eco-Driving

Something smells fishy: car parts being made from recycling fishing nets

In a first for the automotive industry, the models of the NEUE KLASSE due to be launched from 2025 onwards will feature trim parts made of plastic whose raw material …

Legal

Drivers getting married could face £1,000, DVLA warns

Drivers who change their names after getting married, divorced or widowed, could face a £1,000 if they fail to update their licence details. DVSA must be informed about the change …

Driver Training

DVSA suspends practical and theory tests on 19th September in respect of the Queen’s funeral

DVSA are suspending all but their most essential services on 19 September due to the Bank Holiday and State Funeral, allowing individuals, businesses and other organisations to pay their respects to …

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