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Rally driver and self-proclaimed ‘Hoonigan’ Ken Block has released the tenth video in his Gymkhana series.
A driver has been caught on camera attempting to fill up their all-electric Tesla with fuel at a petrol station in America.
The number of complaints against tickets issued by private parking firms has doubled in the last three years, according to figures from the industry regulator.
Two men have been jailed after putting a taxi driver’s life in danger by setting fire to his cab at a petrol station.
Jaguar Land Rover is said to be planning cuts of up to 5,000 jobs in 2019 as part of major cost-saving measures.
An on-going rollout of motorways which see the hard shoulder used as a fourth lane should be halted, an MP has said.
Orders can now be placed for Renault’s powerful new Megane R.S. Trophy.
We’re well and truly into the festive season now, and it’s about time to wrap up the last bits of Christmas shopping (or, for those less organised among us, start it).
A British entrepreneur has bought the business and assets for the Bloodhound supersonic car project which aimed to hit speeds of 1,000mph.
The worst hotspots for Christmas getaway jams have been identified by traffic experts.
Motorists can travel for free for the first time in 52 years on the two Severn bridges as the tolls are scrapped from Monday.
All electric vehicle charging points receiving public installation funds must be smart chargers by next July, the government announced today.
A road in the German town of Westönnen soon turned into Quality Street after a tonne of molten chocolate cascaded down it.
Nearly four in 10 people have friends they suspect have got behind the wheel while over the drink-drive limit, new research has found.
The first example of Toyota’s new Supra sports car won’t be sold conventionally but is to be auctioned off for charity instead.
Can you remember the last Peugeot 3008? Probably not. It was one of the least memorable cars on sale, with its MPV looks, uninspiring cabin and limited engine range.
Commuters in New Jersey were treated to an early Christmas present on Thursday morning as cash rained down from the sky across a highway in the US state.
A drunken motorist told police to arrest him for getting behind the wheel while under the influence, an Irish court was told.
A roadworks sign in Hull written in the local Yorkshire dialect has proved a hit on social media.
Jamie Oliver has become one of the first people to drive the new Range Rover Evoque – taking the compact SUV on a hunt for ingredients.
Volkswagen has found itself in hot water again – this time over claims that it knowingly sold thousands of unlicensed pre-production vehicles.
Audi has appointed a permanent replacement for former chief executive Rupert Stadler who is facing trial over the ‘dieselgate’ emissions scandal.
With the Christmas season in full swing, it seems appropriate that we have recently taken delivery of a little cracker of a car.
What is it? One of the UK’s favourite cars, the Nissan Qashqai, has seen an all-new line-up of engines freshly introduced. Thanks to the Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi Alliance’s partnership with Daimler (the parent firm of Mercedes-Benz), a co-developed 1.3-litre petrol engine now takes centre stage at the core of its range.
The reduced drink-drive limit in Scotland has had no impact on cutting road accidents, a new study has found.
Increasing connectivity between cars and smartphones is changing what drivers listen to behind the wheel, according to a new study.
Fines for misusing disabled bays hit £4.2m in 2017 after nearly 100,000 penalty tickets were issued to motorists.
When questioned, the vast majority of motorists think they are a better than the average driver. Of course, that’s mathematically impossible — but it does show that a great many people on the roads overestimate their own skills. In reality, they’re probably driving around using several bad habits that they’ve picked up in the years since they passed their driving test.
The Hyundai Motor Group is to invest billions of pounds in hydrogen fuel cell technology in a bid to become the world leader in the field.
Suzuki is to stop selling its Hayabusa motorbike after 19 years on the market – because of stricter emissions regulations.