What to Take with You If You Want to Drive in Europe

Taking your car on holiday can make a huge difference when it comes to your holiday experience. Picture this, no crowded airport terminals, long taxi queues or waiting around for local buses. Whether you’re going away this year for business or pleasure, a holiday or maybe the World Cup, driving abroad isn’t always plain sailing. […]

The Government is Funding New Electric Charging Projects Across the UK

The government has recently greenlit a series of 12 new projects to improve the charging rate of electric car batteries, hopefully paving the way for a safer driving future.   One program is The PowerDrive Line project, which is being led by Ilika, a company based in Southampton. The company focuses on solid-state battery cell […]

Lesser Known Driving Laws with Hefty Penalties

Driving is a daily part of our routine, and it’s usually pretty obvious what we should and shouldn’t do behind the wheel – don’t break the speed limit, don’t drink and drive, make sure you’re not using your phone – simple stuff, right? There are, however, other, lesser-known motoring offences that you should also probably […]

The Shifting Attitudes Towards Environmentally Friendly Driving

It’s no secret that over the past few years there’s been heightened emphasis on implementing initiatives to cut down on pollutants, reaching greener goals and generally keeping an eye out for the welfare of our environment. Through new laws, different methods of energy consumption and regulations, humankind is slowly attempting to tackle the problem of […]

The Highs and Lows of Diesel – Is it out of the running?

Over the past few years, diesel cars have taken a beating, from both the media and the car industry itself. diesel sparked controversy and started to be demonised in 2015 – following the Volkswagen scandal – and since then, there’s been a considerable decline in diesel sales. However, could a diesel still be the car […]