Following the world premiere of the next-generation Astra hatchback in September, Vauxhall has today unveiled the estate model, the All-new Astra Sports Tourer.
New government figures reveal the percentage of vehicles dodging vehicle excise duty (VED) is now 1.9%, up from 1.6% in 2019, excluding motorcycles.
Petrol is around 12p per litre too expensive due to a reduction in the price of oil, according to the RAC.
The RAC breakdown service says that the period from June to September 2021 was its worst third quarter for the proportion of pothole-related breakdowns since 2006.
The Government has authorised British oil companies to release up to 1.5 million barrels from their strategic reserves to ease pressure on energy prices, Downing Street has said.
Available to buyers across its electric car and van range, Vauxhall’s new Plug & Go offer includes a free home charging unit, eight years’ roadside assistance and battery warranty, a free six-month BP Pulse subscription and three years’ free servicing.
The government is strengthening the rules surrounding the use of mobile phones in cars. This change has been brought about as the number of ways we use our phones has increased, with smartphones now used for a variety of different reasons rather than just calls and messages.
Vauxhall has confirmed pricing and specification for the All-new Astra. Available with a choice of powertrains, and for the first time as a highly-efficient Plug-in HYBRID-e version, prices for the All-new Astra range start from £23,275.
Stellantis is taking part in the EV Rally of Scotland between November 8th-12th, helping showcase the capabilities of modern electric cars and the UK’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure over a 1,234-mile ‘e-Tour of Scotland’.
Baylis Vauxhall Group warranty administrator, Bryan Webb, is celebrating his well-earned retirement after a Vauxhall career spanning more than 75 years.(more…)
The average motor premium now stands at £751, with over a quarter (27%) of the cheapest insurance quotes now coming from telematics firms, Consumer Intelligence said. This is the highest proportion since it started collecting data in 2013.
New research suggests more than a third of motorists are driving vehicles with damaged alloy wheels.
Councils admitted that their difficulties retaining and recruiting bin lorry drivers could also affect gritters, which spread salt on roads when temperatures drop below freezing for a prolonged period or when there is heavy snowfall.
st week was at 86% of pre-pandemic levels.
The old sticker used on the back of vehicles is no longer valid and drivers must replace it with a new “UK” one to drive on foreign roads.