Are Insurance Companies To Blame?

Are Insurance Companies To Blame? 0

Insurance premiums have been increasing over recent years, with recent occurrences alarming to many. For this reason The House of Commons Transport Committee is to re-open up an investigation into this issue. Jack Straw (Labour’s MP for Blackburn) has been called as a witness as it is also something that he feels strongly about. His(…)

A new road sign on its way? 0

Our previous pothole article discussed how dangerous and how much they cost Britain’s motorists. The accidents caused by potholes are a lot of the time due to unawareness of their presence motorists have said. Concerns have been addressed and a campaign has been launched to raise road signs which warn people of potholes. It is(…)

Servicing Car Air Conditioning 0

In this day and age, most cars coming off the production lines have air conditioning built in as standard. Not many people realise that air conditioning systems within cars should be serviced regularly. Its efficiency and quality can be compromised otherwise. What exactly does the air conditioning in your car consist of?  The main parts(…)

Automotive jobs secured thanks to BMW and Nissan 0

What crisis? The future for the automotive industry in Britain appears to be getting a lot healthier with the new generation of BMW Mini’s and the popular Nissan Qasquai being built in the UK. Both Nissan and BMW are pouring millions into facilities and the development of each car, securing 6000 and 5000 jobs respectively.(…)

Skoda is no laughing matter…..anymore 0

Many would describe Skoda as a ‘laughing stock’ years ago. Have things changed? Well it appears that the Czechoslovakian company have completely turned that stigma around and buried all the jokes.  The car has since then seen great success and also gained a much improved reputation. Where did it all start? In the 1920’s Skoda(…)

New car insurance law comes into force 0

In order to crack down on the huge number of uninsured drivers throughout the UK, a new law has been introduced. The law states that even when a car is not being driven, it must be insured. In order to avoid punishment, the car must be declared as off the road. Previously motorists had to(…)

Servicing Stop Jobs 0

Servicing Stop already has a strong foothold on the UK car industry by being the nation’s number one car service provider. The company are now venturing into the automotive recruitment industry. With over 1000 garages nationwide the company will have plenty of jobs on offer from all over the country. The ‘job’ section of the(…)

New Convertibles for 2011 0

By normal standards 2010 was a poor year for convertible fans, so what’s in store for convertible fans in 2011? The recession made it difficult for car manufactures to create budgets for the development of convertibles. Since then the car industry has recovered well and 2011 looks a lot more promising. As it’s the summer,(…)

Sesto Elemento 0

The latest edition of the Lamborghini range was introduced in 2011 as the most expensive car in the world. At a price of £1.77 million, £280,000 more expensive than the Bugatti Veyron the car is not even roadworthy due to its extreme lightweight body made of carbon fibre. In fact is the lightest car that(…)

Low emission cars and environment 1

Low emission vehicles are being promoted not just nationally but globally throughout the world too. Its effects for the environment compared to that of petrol and diesel cars are extremely beneficial, making cities cleaner with less pollution. This allows people to live healthier by not having to breathe in polluted air created from burnt fuel(…)