Pollution Causes Mexico City to Ban One Million Cars 0

The capital of Mexico, Mexico City, has just banned more than a million cars from driving in the city as a means to stomp down on extremely high pollution levels causing thick brown smog across the capital. More than one million cars were banned in the greater area of Mexico City and 450,000 within the(…)

Aston Martin Finally Back in Formula One 0

If you are an avid Formula One, Aston Martin or general car fan, then this news is most interesting. Aston Martin is back as a team in F1 for the first time since the two year period being 1959 and 1960 respectably. During both of these periods of time, Aston Martin did not perform at(…)

GoodYear Looks Down the Years at a Concept Tyre of the Future 0

This seems to be the year of concepts for autonomous cars doesn’t it? And Goodyear the tyre company is no exception to the rule. So what is there concept? And is it actually groundbreaking? Well, I happen to think so. So what do we actually know about Goodyear? Well they’re an American tyre company who(…)

TVR Also Chooses Wales for Site of New Factory 0

The sounds of the valley will now include the revving of another luxury engine… and presumably still Tom Jones. The new TVR will be built in its new factory in the Ebbw Vale Enterprise Zone in South Wales, as part of a five-year, £30 million investment plan. The southern Welsh location managed to beat three(…)

Government, Shops and Police, Plan to Crack Down on Forecourt Fuel Thieves 0

The government, the police, the retailers and suppliers are on a forecourt… I think many people have had quite enough of thieves stealing.  And now the government, retailers and suppliers of fuel, and the police are now teaming up in order to curb forecourt fuel thefts. In September 2015, according to National Statistics, there were(…)

Where are the cars going? 0

Going, going, gone… the future of the cars globally, could be in doubt… Possibly The future of cars could be in trouble despite the car manufacturing industry growing rapidly in the last six years. Since 2009, the car manufacturing industry has grown by around 50% but despite this huge increase, many believe that we are(…)

Big Things Come In Small Packages 0

It is true that big things do come to those who wait and, this was certainly the case in a recent auction involving a Peel P50. The Peel P50 is an iconic British car of the 1960s. Being officially recognised as the world’s smallest car, the P50, with its one door, one windscreen wiper, one(…)

Motorists Fed Up With Lack of Enforcement Officers on Roads 0

The amount of traffic police has fallen rapidly in the last few years but, fatalities have remained the same. So do we actually need more traffic police back on British roads or not? The government has reported that traffic offences have fallen by half over the last decade, but it has been argued that this(…)

Subaru With Huge Recall Numbers 0

Subaru are to recall 17,000 vehicles over breaks and engine failures with a whole lot more in Japan. Recalls seem to be getting more and more popular as this year goes on. You would however expect there to be less and less trouble with vehicles as technology improves but sadly, this does not seem to(…)

MP’s Call for More Speed Cameras across U.K. 0

It’s what most drivers fear and what local councils love. Speed cameras in fairness save lives but they can also be a pain for those who follow the speed limit and find themselves sharply braking behind Speedy Gonzalez down the road. We all also have a tendency to always be on the lookout and worrying(…)