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12 November 2012 at 16:41
As the car evolves and customer needs change, it’s inevitable some traditional features deemed non-essential on the car will come under pressure.
06 November 2012 at 17:01
The RAC’s Future Car Challenge might be about raising awareness for upcoming green technology in the automotive industry – the cars you will be driving in the not so distant future – but without something to play for there’s no incentive, no competitive edge to push the boundaries.
05 November 2012 at 16:56
Last weekend saw the 2012 running of the RAC’s Future Car Challenge – the established motoring event for electric, hybrid, hydrogen and ultra-green internal combustion engine vehicles to showcase the future of environmentally friendly motoring.
04 November 2012 at 14:13
Knowing what to do if you see the flashing blue lights of an emergency services vehicle in your rear view mirror can be difficult – especially if you are a newly qualified driver or learner.
02 November 2012 at 11:02
There’s going to be some serious competition in this weekend’s RAC Future Car Challenge. Why? Because the Global Fuel Economy Initiative – the world’s leading authority on vehicle efficiency – has joined the competitors’ ranks.
01 November 2012 at 11:33
The 1st November sees the introduction of a new European Union decree concerning information displayed on all new tyres sold to member state countries.
28 October 2012 at 16:52
Cars are getting ever-safer, to the point where many vehicles can now avoid a collision for you, or at least mitigate the impacts of a shunt.
27 October 2012 at 16:30
Have you ever wondered how modern eco tyres differ from normal rubber? How they achieve the apparently contrary balance of less friction to increase your mpg without seeing your car slide off the road at the first bend you encounter? Well, as you’d imagine, it’s interesting science.
26 October 2012 at 17:09
The government is fronting up to £10 million worth of funding for new disruptive technologies in the automotive sector. But what exactly are ‘disruptive technologies’?
20 October 2012 at 11:15
British motorists pay out a staggering £150 million a year correcting the mistake of putting the wrong fuel in their vehicles.