Kubica will not race in 2017 say Renault 0

Renault have said Polish Formula One driver Robert Kubica will not compete in Formula 1 this season and that his test drive on the circuit at Hungaroring was purely to evaluate his chances of making a return in 2018. Speculation that the Pole might be making a return to the sport, replacing underperforming driver Jolynn(…)

A look back at the Toyota Corolla AE86 (1983 – 1987) 0

It’s rare that a car becomes more well-known by the code used to identify it at the assembly plant rather than the name used at showrooms, but that’s exactly the legacy that has befallen the Corolla AE86. Joining the illustrious ranks of the Rover SD1 and Alfa Romeo Type 105 comes the AE86, known as(…)

Nissan prepare ‘one pedal’ electric car 0

With the news that Britain is set to ban all diesel and petrol cars from 2040, Nissan is currently preparing a new edition of its popular electric Leaf model, which utilises just one pedal for both accelerating and decelerating. The concept may sound potentially dangerous, but the next-gen Nissan Leaf will feature technology that allows(…)

REVEALED: As government plans to axe diesel, motorists look towards electric 0

Once upon a time you either bought petrol or diesel – now there’s also hybrid and electric to choose from with diesel being shown the back door. While the more traditional has been tarnished a culprit in today’s pollution problem, today the government announced it is planning to completely axe the diesel car by 2040(…)

Servicing Stop swaps servicing cars to scoring goals for charity 0

The UK’s largest online car servicing provider swapped servicing cars for scoring goals on Wednesday, hosting a football match in aid of the Mayor of Enfield’s chosen charity, Enfield Cares. The match was played at Power League on Great Cambridge Road where Enfield Council workers joined Servicing Stop staff on the Chile pitch for a(…)

Royal Mail goes electric with Peugeot 0

The Royal Mail is to buy 100 electric Peugeot vans and install charging infrastructure across its network, the organisation has announced. The vans in question, Peugeot Partner L2 Electric vans are 100% electric and are to be used by the Royal Mail to deliver letters and parcels from its national delivery offices. The postal service(…)

The ideal price of tyres revealed and it might be pricier than you think 0

A new survey has revealed the most popular tyre brand in the UK and just how much penny-pinching can be motorists when it comes to paying for them. Servicing Stop, the UK’s largest online car servicing provider, asked more than 1,200 motorists what they thought was a reasonable amount to spend on a new tyre(…)

Save national grid – charge electric cars smartly says minister 0

The UK’s national grid is coming under increasing pressure as the number of electric cars on Britain’s roads grows. With this in mind, it’s vital that motorists learn to recharge their cars at the right time of day, a minister has said. Transport minister, John Hayes, said that it was imperative that battery powered vehicles(…)

Why almost half of British motorists can’t afford to drive their own cars 0

UK drivers are more conscious of rising motoring costs than ever before, causing them to take urgent money-saving measures BRITAIN’S motorists are more concerned about growing car costs than ever before, a recent study has revealed. Worrying statistics showed that almost half of the UK’s drivers may no longer be able to afford to drive(…)

A look back at the Renault Safrane (1992) 0

For today’s nostalgic retrospective, travel back with us to the giddy days of the early 1990s. New Labour was just a glint in the eye of a youthful Tony Blair and the England football team was…still rubbish, sigh… Despite other manufacturers moving away from large executive vehicles – the market was believed to be dying(…)