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The average time a person holds a driving licence is around 60 years – that’s a hell of a lot of years racked up, with countless squabbles with your family or partner, a few parking fines here and there, and spillages involving the remainder of your early morning coffee down the front of your newly ironed shirt. 

According to new research, we spend an incredible amount of time sat in the front seat of our cars, - almost 1,080 days or three years of our lives. In a bid to uncover just how long motorists si

Per Mike Hawes, Chief Executive of The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), the UK automotive industry has enjoyed unprecedented success in recent years. Car manufacturing is now at its highest level since 2005, exports are stronger than ever and the UK can boast an increasingly competitive supply chain, with cars built in Britain holding over 15% more UK content than five years ago.

Indeed, the automotive industry is a vital part of the UK economy, accounting for m

A £1.6billion project for a controversial road tunnel near Stonehenge has been given the final go-ahead by government ministers after 30 years of arguments from archaeologists, druids and conservation experts. 

Chris Grayling, the Transport Secretary has approved plans to build a 1.8mile tunnel which will extend the A303 past the World Heritage Site. The construction has been approved by Historic England and The National Trust and English Heritage, the charity who manages the site. English Heritage claims that

One of the largest car manufactures in the UK, has agreed to launch an initiative for UK consumers to trade in their cars which are more than seven years old, by offering £2,000 for some of the newer models. Ford, is to accept petrol cars as well as diesel, unlike schemes by BMW and Mercedes who are only accepting diesel cars for trade. 

In an effort to control air quality, Ford are also scrapping their part-exchanged vehicles, and campaigners are heralding their move as a step in the right direction, despite t

Newly released data from the RAC foundation for motoring, declares the total income from parking in England 2015-16 exceeded £1.5 billion; 4% higher than in 2014-15.

Per the report titled ‘Local Authority Parking Finances in England 2015-16’, it was found income from on-street tickets and permits totalled £483 million (up 2%.) A further £338 million came from on-street penalty charges

Offences involving powered two-wheel vehicles, such as scooters and mopeds, have skyrocketed in London over the last few years, and more noticeably since the beginning of this year. Currently, the crime wave is largely confined to the capital, with a staggering 54 victims being targeted per day. Police fear that this rise in crime will soon become an epidemic and spread to the rest of the UK. There are two parts to this fast-emerging crime trend: the theft of the scooters themselves and the offences for which they are used for.&nbs

With the number of billionaires rising by 17% globally in 2017, it is only natural that the number of luxury car registrations increase too. However, with the rich being as much as 14% richer this year, we have witnessed an increased in so-called ‘super’ luxury cars. ‘Ultra’ or ‘super’ luxury brands include Ferrari, Bugatti, McLaren and Lamborghini; new registrations globally revealed a record number of 28,500 units registered. This was a double-digit growth for the market.

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