Classic Cars, Road Tax and the 2016 Budget 0

So with the recent 2016 budget, how did classic cars fair with the red box? The Chancellor of the Exchequer and his budget is a time of year that many dread across the country. With drivers this year questioning what would happen in the U.K.’s motoring world, relief was widespread when the plans were read(…)

Bentley Wants to Bend the Traffic and the Future to Suit Their Luxury Ambitions… 0

Bentley, the luxury British car manufacturer already have their sights set on how they plan to deal with the autonomous car industry when the time comes. With chief of design, Stefan Sielaff, Bentley is preparing to take on the future of luxury automobiles as their concept car, demonstrated at a small event in London suggests.(…)

Rust and the Modern Vehicle 0

Rust is what everyone associates with bikes, locks and cars from the 60s, so why now are we facing multiple modern cars that seem to have a problem with rust? Rust, must seem to me to be a thing of the past. Manufacturers have moved away from the old materials which rust used to hold(…)

Is it Actually Worth it? 0

A new study has found that women are ‘better’ than men when buying a new car. The study, undertaken by Auto Express, sent one man and one woman to ten different show rooms to buy the exact same first hand car. The results were quite surprising in what you would have expected stereotypically did actually(…)

Project Nightonomy – The Next Step in the Autonomous Car 0

Ford have for a very long time been at the cutting edge of the automotive industry and research. As a progressive company, they have just taken a huge step forward in the world of the autonomous car. This step forward has been released by video and through technological news sources. Project Nightonomy, the nickname for(…)

Forget Everything You Know about Fuel Efficient Cars, There is a New Winner 0

Servicing Stop has previously released statistics alerting you to the fact that the Peugeot 208 is the most fuel efficient car but, we may be mistaken… well slightly anyway, maybe. Just recently a new record was broken as one man managed to drive from Switzerland to the North Sea in Northern Germany and back again(…)

Car sales rev up in February 0

Maybe with it being a leap year that one extra day of sales really helped. New car registrations in the UK hit a 12 year peak this February, with the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) revealing overall sales were the highest number for any February since 2004. The figures(…)

Driverless Lorries to be tested on UK roads 0

“Red lorry, yellow lorry, red lorry… Who’s driving that lorry?!” Autonomous lorries will hit UK roads later this year, it has been announced. Up to 10 lorries – driving just metres apart from each other – are to be tested on British motorways, signalling the start of driverless testing in the UK. The test is(…)

Google’s autonomous crash caused by attempts to humanize technology 0

Google tried to make their robotic driverless cars seem more ‘human’… and they immediately caused an accident. The crash, which took place in California in February, is the first in which the company’s autonomous technology is at least partially responsible for an accident. Engineers at Google have announced that software changes made that gave autonomous(…)

On-going issues in Europe pose threat to automobile industry, warns Daimler chief 0

With the potential ‘Brexit’ and the migrant crisis, Europe has got carmakers in a spin. The potential dismantling of Europe’s Schengen free-travel agreement to help deal with the flow of refugees and migrants poses a threat to the auto industry and leaves their manufacturing system extremely vulnerable, according to chief executives of both Opel and(…)