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Directors feel the need - the need for speed

Research finds high level executives have the highest proportion of speeding convictions of any occupation in the UK.

Further evolution for the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander

Further evolution for the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is the UK’s best-selling Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle. At its introduction in 2014 it effectively created the ultra-low emission vehicle segment, notching up 10,000 sales in the UK within the first ten months and amassing a total sales figure of 26,600 by the end of 2016.

The BMW 530e iPerformance Saloon

The BMW 530e iPerformance Saloon

In March 2017, a plug-in hybrid variant of the all new BMW 5 Series will complete the 5 Series range.

New study reveals the regions where drink driving is still an issue around Christmas

We all know drink driving is an issue over the festive season, and to help combat the problem, Jennings Motor Group has launched a useful resource to help people understand what they are legally able to do, to stop someone they believe is about to drink and drive

Porsche owner ‘restores’ value of classic 911

Porsche owner ‘restores’ value of classic 911

A very rare 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 MFI Coupe, fully restored over the last 16 months, will be auctioned by Silverstone Auctions at the Classic Motor Show at the NEC, Birmingham, on 12th November.

Simulation reveals impact of poor vision on driving

Eyesight is a key factor in safe driving yet is often overlooked as new analysis from Direct Line Car Insurance reveals that the equivalent of nearly a person a day (345) is injured in a crash involving a driver with uncorrected or defective eyesightand 64 people were killed or seriously injured in 2015 alone.

Rare Porsche 993 Turbo ‘X50’ goes on sale at Hexagon

Rare Porsche 993 Turbo ‘X50’ goes on sale at Hexagon

Hexagon Classics is thrilled to offer a rare, low-mileage Porsche 993 Turbo ‘X50’ for sale at its Finchley showroom in London.

Pure McLaren launches its inaugural ice driving experience

Pure McLaren launches its inaugural ice driving experience

Pure McLaren has announced its inaugural ice driving experience, taking place in January 2017.

Student Travelling: What’s the best way to get around?

So you’ve moved to a new city. Chances are you’ve already found your way to the local pub and around campus – but soon you’ll need to start scoping it out so that you can take full advantage of the city you’re going to call home for the next three years (or more!)

Reliable cars for first time buyers

It can be rough for young drivers. As if your first few years on the road weren’t intimidating enough, you’re also dealing with what might be the highest insurance premiums of your life at just the point when you’re making the least money.

Nine out of ten men believe an expensive car makes them more attractive

89 per cent of UK men believe a flashy car helps them score, putting this in the top two ways to impress a lady, according to a new survey.

Sebastian Vettel buys unique art collection celebrating 32 F1 World Champions

Sebastian Vettel buys unique art collection celebrating 32 F1 World Champions

World Champions in Art, the entity which was created to celebrate the achievement of all 32 of the FIA's World Champion drivers in individual artistic depictions, is delighted to announce that the entire 32-­piece collection has been acquired by Sebastian Vettel, himself a four-­times World Champion.

New ST200 to headline Fiesta 40th anniversary event

New ST200 to headline Fiesta 40th anniversary event

The new Ford Fiesta ST200 will be one of the stars of a 40-car convoy celebrating four decades of the Blue Oval’s famous supermini.

Jaguar F-Pace thrills Goodwood with dramatic two-wheeled ride

Jaguar F-Pace thrills Goodwood with dramatic two-wheeled ride

The Jaguar F-Pace has put on another dramatic display of dynamic precision and control.

Classic car investments ripe for rogue traders

Classic car investments ripe for rogue traders

In May 2014, with the government planning to relax pensions rules, the then Pensions Minister Steve Webb was much quoted when he suggested that it was not for the government to concern themselves if individuals chose to use their pensions savings to buy a Lamborghini.