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Every driver wants to save money on their car insurance, and there are plenty of tactics to do so – from keeping your car in a garage to improving its security or even just reducing your mileage.
A long-running dispute over some tarmac measuring less than a metre wide has seen warring neighbours out of pocket by more than £120,000.
Toyota is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its European best-selling hatchback the Yaris with a new special edition – the Y20.
BMW has unveiled the precursor to a large, all-electric SUV to rival the Tesla Model X and Mercedes EQ C. Called the Vision iNext Concept, it takes BMW’s i series design language and runs with it, creating a boldly-styled, if divisive look.
There’s been a change in the way cars are tested for emissions and fuel economy this month — with the introduction of the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP).
One in eight casualties on England’s motorways and major A-roads are caused by tailgating, according to new analysis.
Jaguar has put its pure electric I-Pace to the test by using only its electric motors to drive it 229 miles from London to Brussels.
Hyundai is set to launch a large lorry powered by a clean hydrogen fuel cell at the 2018 IAA Commercial Vehicle show in Hanover, Germany.
A new crop of licence plates has been banned following the September change that brought in the ‘68’ registration.
Kia has added two sporty new models to its Ceed range, as part of a push to cement it as a dynamic choice in the family hatchback market.
Jaguar’s XE SV Project 8 has taken yet another lap record, this time at the famous Laguna Seca Raceway.
Councils have wasted around £11m of taxpayers’ money on ineffective 20mph speed limits over the past five years, according to an investigation by The Sun.
DS, the luxury arm of the French PSA Group, has revealed its second all-new model since the brand split from Citroen in 2014. The DS 3 Crossback will sit underneath the DS 7 Crossback and is offered as a compact SUV with a choice of petrol, diesel or all-electric power.
Toyota has given the Yaris range a new, racier option with this — the GR Sport.
Volkswagen has decided to end production of its famous Beetle.
Big changes have come in the way that new cars are tested for fuel economy and CO2 emissions.
The chancellor of the exchequer has delivered a blow to motorists by suggesting there may be an end to the eight-year freeze on fuel duty soon.
The government has warned that UK driving licences ‘may no longer be valid’ in the European Union in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Car buyers are being warned about potentially unsafe vehicles advertised online.
The onslaught of EU emissions regulation has brought with it some updates for BMWs X1 and X2 compact crossovers.
Charging on the go should soon be a breeze for owners of plug-in Audi models, thanks to the newly unveiled e-tron Charging Service.
What is it? Put simply, the Mazda MX-5 is an institution – the world’s best-selling roadster, a Japanese icon and the brand’s best-known car worldwide. It’s the car, Mazda says, that brings interest to the brand – keen drivers are attracted to the rest of the more practical lineup after being drawn in by the sporty and emotive MX-5.
What is it? The van-based MPV is nothing new, but in a world filled with crossovers – where even traditionally budget brands are being forced to move upmarket – the latest models have a lot to do in order to compete. This is Citroen’s effort – the Berlingo Multispace.
A woman is believed to have become the first pedestrian to die after being hit by an electric bike in the UK.
If you’ve ever discussed or looked into cars with any depth, you’ve probably come across the term ‘turbo’.
Renault has unveiled a facelifted version of its Kadjar crossover SUV ahead of its public debut at the Paris Motor Show.
Gordon Murray Design has unveiled chassis technology it claims can cut vehicle body weight by up to 50 per cent.
Car restoration company JD Classics has entered administration following investigations into apparent financial irregularities within the business.
Tottenham’s World Cup-winning goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has admitted being more than twice the drink-drive limit when he was stopped in the early hours by police in central London.
Mercedes has revealed its second-generation GLE – and with it comes a host of new clever technologies.