Tesla have opened new Supercharger locations in London and Birmingham, part of a rapid network expansion that will soon allow UK Model S owners to drive anywhere in the country and charge for free, for life.
Chargemaster, the UK’s largest manufacturer of electric vehicle charging points has announced that it will continue to offer its popular Homecharge i 3kW charging point installed totally free of charge* with support from the new £9m government scheme (the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme or EVHS).
The Range Rover is the most popular car with Premiership footballers, according to research by Oracle Finance.
An immaculate 1969 De Tomaso Mangusta, a true icon of automotive design, will set pulses racing at Historics' auction on August 30th.
Jaguar has revealed the prototype of its ‘new’ Lightweight E-type – a further six of which will be built and sold.
The first ever Range Rover, chassis number #001, will be going under the hammer in The Salon Prive Sale, hosted in partnership with Silverstone Auctions, in London on September 4th.
McLaren will be exhibiting at the AvD Oldtimer Grand Prix 2014, the most important German historic racing event taking place at the Nurburgring circuit this weekend, 8-9 August.
More than half (54%) of drink drivers offend during the summer months, according to new research from Confused.com.
Ford research for its acclaimed Driving Skills for Life programme has revealed that young Brit drivers are the most likely to take a ‘selfie’ while at the wheel.
Silverstone Auctions is set to offer one of Europe's finest collections of road going classic cars to come to market, at The Salon Prive Sale on September 4th in London.
The Blenheim Palace Festival of Transport is gearing up, galvanising the glorious grounds and getting set for the 8th annual weekend celebration.
As of 1 October 2014, the Driving Vehicle and Licensing Agency (DVLA) will make the widely publicised move from paper tax discs to online. Vehicle information provider, HPI, is warning dealers to ensure they don’t get caught out with fines for a car they no longer have on their forecourts.
British tourists could face bills or fines that run into the thousands as almost one in 10 (9%) will go on a self-drive holiday this year and may unknowingly set off without the correct insurance, breakdown cover or equipment.
The sun has now set on the first of this year’s two rip-roaring CarFest family extravaganzas, sending more than 55,000 festival goers home with smiles on their faces and springs in their steps.
Vauxhall will be showcasing its private collection of historic cars to the public for one day only on Sunday, 24th August, 10:00am until 4:00pm.
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