Petrol prices went up 3.74p per litre, from an average of 107.11p to 110.85p, while diesel was up 2.89p per litre, rising from 112.07p to 114.96p.
Drivers are being urged to get their cars MOT tested this summer to avoid the rush as thousands look to get their vehicles tested after making use of the six-month coronavirus extension.(more…)
Customers will be given the chance to power up their cars in the car parks of McDonald’s drive-thrus after the fast food giant announced plans to install hundreds of charging points at its UK sites.
MOT tests will be made mandatory once again on August 1, roads minister Baroness Vere has announced today (June 29).
Groupe PSA is extending its Distrigo multi-brand spare parts distribution service with a secondary network, Distrigo Relay, to offer greater parts support to its UK trade businesses and partners.(more…)
Speed limits in motorway roadworks could increase from 50 to 60mph following a government trial.(more…)
Drivers could be leaving a trove of sensitive data on their old cars by not wiping information held from connecting to a smartphone, according to a survey.
Classic car owners are being warned about new eco-friendly petrol that could damage their cars.
The system will drastically cut the amount of time that motorists will have to wait for their new logbook (V5C) to arrive from up to six weeks to just five working days.
One in seven drivers plan to make full use of the six-month MOT extension, a new survey suggests.
Motoring and environmental groups have welcomed the prospect of a new car scrappage scheme encouraging motorists to switch to electric vehicles.
Drivers should brace for a rise in fuel prices despite continued falls in May, new data suggests.
Gwent Police caught motorists driving at speeds in excess of 130mph.
Drivers could face fines of £130 for minor offences as the Government considers handing local councils new powers to improve roads for cyclists and pedestrians.
This year, Millbrook celebrates 50 years since its Bedfordshire Proving Ground opened.(more…)
New research has revealed that millions of motorists are risking a blowout by driving with underinflated tyres following weeks of not using their cars.(more…)