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18 October 2013 at 11:40
Making the statement that fleet managers and operators find themselves on a daily quest to improve fuel efficiency is unlikely to cause major shockwaves through our industry.
14 October 2013 at 11:51
If preparing for a 3,000-mile charity row across the Atlantic wasn’t stressful enough for Hannah Lawton and Lauren Morton discovering their boat’s trailer had a flat tyre just as they were packing to set off on the start of their epic adventure was a definite stroke of bad luck.
10 October 2013 at 11:06
A new Bill allows borough councils to make developers pay for any damage they cause to roads or footpaths.
08 October 2013 at 12:01
Your breakdown cover doesn't just help when your car breaks down! In 2012 RAC patrols went to the rescue of 44,319 motorists who had been locked out of their vehicles. The good news for drivers, however, is that the number of lock-outs is falling every year as five years ago the figure was nearly 67,000.
22 August 2013 at 15:26
Germany is a country that is renowned for its automobile industry. The nation loves driving too, with its derestricted autobahns famously allowing completely legal high-speed travel. But it isn’t just about ultra-fast roads. Germany also has some of the best driving routes in Europe too, many of which are famous and very well established.
22 August 2013 at 15:20
With summer here, many Brits are on a driving holiday to Europe. Cheap and regular ferry and channel tunnel crossings mean travelling by car to Europe is more convenient than ever. The appeal for many is that once you arrive at your destination, there are no worries about getting around – particularly if you use a route planner beforehand.
08 August 2013 at 15:23
Car manufacturers are continually striving to improve their products, adding more technology and gadgets in a bid to drive more sales. For motorists, this can only be a good thing: cars become safer, more efficient and easier to drive.
08 August 2013 at 15:17
On July 27, motorcyclists Dougie Bancroft and Medwyn Parry set off on an epic journey in commemoration of the UK’s 51 ‘thankful villages’ – places where all the servicemen and women who went to fight in WW1 returned. Covering 2,365 miles in total, the duo were in their Triumph saddles for 65 hours over nine days.
29 July 2013 at 14:55
There are many different types of car insurance write-off – including some vehicles that can be repaired and put back on the road and some that must be destroyed and never used again.
17 July 2013 at 13:45
As part of a series of blogs following the publication of the RAC’s Report on Motoring 2013, Director of General Insurance at the Association of British Insurers Nick Starling explains why the upcoming Government Green Paper on Young Drivers is so important.