The Vauxhall Insignia has been named the ‘Upper Medium Car of the Year’ for a fifth year in a row at the 2022 Company Car Today CCT100 Awards.
At the start of 2022, new rules were put in place to stop insurers charging higher prices to loyal customers who automatically renewed their premiums each year, with discounts only offered to new customers.
A record number of drivers are being allowed to take retraining courses to avoid prosecution for road offences.
There has been a 15% fall in how many officers are tasked with enforcing road laws full-time since 2016, according to figures obtained by BBC Panorama.
Pothole-related breakdowns have reached a three-year high, new figures show.
Overall, the average cost edged downwards by 0.6% between August and November 2021, to reach £782, according to Consumer Intelligence.
The rollout of “all-lane-running” smart motorways is being paused amid safety concerns, the Government has announced, although critics say the move does not go far enough.
The collapse in the sale of new diesel cars in favour of electric models could cause the Treasury’s annual fuel duty income from cars to drop from £16.4 million in 2019 to £11.4 billion in 2028, analysis by the RAC Foundation found.