2018 Renault Megane to have four-wheel steering 0

Next year’s Renaultsport Megane is to come equipped with four-wheel steering. The hot hatch, due to be launch in the spring of 2018, will be the first car of its kind ever, to feature the tech. No definite information has been released about the new Megane RS, but the scant details that have come to(…)

The best ways to save money on your car insurance 0

Last year, the average insurance premium rose to £440; the cost of repairs also rose. All things considered, it makes sense to try and find practical methods to reduce our renewal premiums if possible. We’ve compiled some helpful pointers we think could help you achieve this. Pick the lowest insurance group. The band your vehicle(…)

A look back at the Peugeot 504 Coupe (1968 – 1983) 0

We start July looking back at one of Peugeot’s more attractive cars of the late sixties to early eighties era. The 504 Coupe was certainly a handsome beast; a proper French car oozing Gallic Style. Launched in Paris in 1968, it went a significant way to furthering Peugeot’s aspiration of moving slightly upmarket from the(…)

Toyota 1972 Crown gets new leash of life 0

It’s safe to assume that most people in the UK won’t be familiar with the Toyota Crown 2600 De Luxe. So, allow us to introduce you to the longest running model in the Toyota family. This particular 1972 Toyota Crown 2600 De Luxe is an extremely rare sight on British roads, showrooms or museums. Japan(…)

A brief history of Nissan 0

These days, Nissans are as much a part of our roads as any brand – perhaps more so due to the high quality to affordability ratio – a truly desirable and attainable for many a budget. But how much do we actually know about the origins of the Japanese car maker? Here’s a brief history…(…)

How not to get burnt when you’re buying a second hand car 0

Too good to be true? Unfortunately, when it comes to second hand car buying, that’s quite often the case. We all know someone who’s been unlucky/foolish enough to have bought what’s turned out to be a right old banger. There are some good deals out there, but it’s important to know what to look for.(…)

UK’s least reliable used cars 0

For lots of us, buying a used car can be a huge gamble; a giant leap into the unknown with regards to reliability. But it doesn’t have to be like this. Sure, there will always be exceptions to the rule, but by analysis of even the most basic of reliability data, you can get a(…)

Traditional car horn to be replaced by a duck’s quack? 0

Researchers have found a potentially novel way to reduce noise pollution; replacing the traditional car horn with a more ear friendly beep, which resembles a duck’s quack. The intention of the easier-on-the-ear horn is to alert people to danger, without causing others in the area to become stressed out. The research was conducted at Soongsil(…)

When will we stop being drivers and start becoming passengers? – An opinion piece by Oly Richmond. 0

Has the time arrived when we wave goodbye to our motors and jump in an all-new electronic self-driving car instead? Apparently so, if a new study is to be believed, despite the old motoring industry currently doing fairly well. A new study titled ‘Rethinking transportation 2020-2030’ has presented the idea of a driverless city. There(…)

Servicing Stop tips on replacing your tyres 0

As durable as they may be, your tyres don’t last forever. Eventually, they’ll wear out and need replacing. There are various elements that determine how quickly this happens: your driving habits, whereabouts you live and how well your tyres are maintained all play a part. When should I buy new tyres? It’s a good idea(…)