Diesel drivers could be paid up to £2,000 to scrap their vehicles 0

In a bid to tackle pollution, new government plans could see the owners of older diesel vehicles paid to scrap their vehicles. The new initiative is part of a new strategy aimed at tackling air quality levels after Europe said the UK’s measures towards the problem were not far-reaching enough. Various newspapers are reporting that(…)

Apple to start testing self-driving cars 0

Apple is set to join the growing roster of companies testing self-driving technology, after securing a permit to begin trials in California. The permit will allow Apple to start self-driving tests with three vehicles and six drivers, who will act in a supervisory role should the technology malfunction. The cars to be used for the(…)

New UK driving test comes into force on 4th December, 2017 0

December this year will see the UK driving test overhauled, and as part of an attempt to modernise the exam, learners will have to interact with sat-nav prompts. The revision of the test is an attempt to make it more relevant to modern motoring. Certain aspects have been removed such as three-point turns and reversing(…)

Nissan reveal their own Nissan ‘Rogue One’ 0

You don’t have to be a massive Star Wars fan to know the last film was called Rogue One. In the US, Nissan sell a model of car called the ‘Rogue’. So guess what they’ve gone and done… Well done. For the upcoming New York Motor Show, Nissan will be showing off the Nissan Rogue:(…)

Renault snaps up young British driver for development programme 0

Renault has snapped up young British driver Oliver Rowland as a development driver with the 24 year old aiming to bag one of the car maker’s Formula 1 drives for 2018. Rowland, who is 24, comes from the celebrated Renault academy and his new role with the development team will involve time in the simulator(…)

Disability vehicles to be taken away from thousands 0

Over 50,000 UK people with disabilities have had their specially modified vehicles taken away since changes to disability benefits were introduced in 2013. The ‘Motability’ enterprise allowed people with disabilities to hire a car, scooter or powered wheelchair adapted specifically to their needs. The scheme has revealed that 51,000 people have had their vehicles reclaimed(…)

Floyd Mayweather’s Bugatti Veyron on Ebay for £3.2 million 0

Got a spare £3.2 million knocking around? If you’re feeling flush then Floyd Mayweather’s 2015 Bugatti Veyron has just appeared on Ebay – with a tidy £3.2 million asking price. The boxing superstar has a sizable stable of flashy cars; recently he sold one to a company called Luxury Auto Collection, who has subsequently placed(…)

London Parking Tips 0

One of the worst aspects of being a motorist in London is the horrors involved with parking. If you’re in any way unfamiliar with the city, the entire experience can be an overwhelming nightmare. It’s not impossible to find a space, but they will always be a highly prized commodity. Here are some tips to(…)

Six interesting things you probably didn’t know about Peugeot 0

Peugeot started life as a coffee mill. Of all the car manufacturers the world over, Peugeot will go some way to beating when it comes to origin stories. Yep, the stalwart of the French motoring industry started life back in 1810 as a coffee producer. French brothers Jean-Pierre and Jean-Pierre II (a name so good,(…)

Meet Copzilla, the Nissan GT-R police car 0

Ever wondered what Godzilla would look like if it was wearing a police uniform? Well, wonder no more. Feast your eyes on what Nissan have revealed for the upcoming New York Motor Show. Adding to our growing list of police patrol cars that are packing more than just the regular punch (Dubai’s Buggatti Veyron, Rome’s(…)