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Electric vehicles in the UK have charged a total of one million times using Chargemaster’s nationwide network of charging points, which have provided drivers with a total of around 9.5 million kWh of electricity since September 2012.
The figure is enough for electric vehicles to drive a total of more than 49 million miles – more than 200 times the distance between the Earth and the Moon.*
› The all new ŠKODA Fabia launches with a striking new look and a host of intuitive innovative technology
› ŠKODA is working with Positive Psychologist Miriam Akhtar to showcase the brand’s new design language
› The all new ŠKODA Fabia has been designed to include 19 ‘Simply Clever’ features with the principal aim of making life easier and less stressful
ŠKODA is working with Positive Psychologist Miriam Akhtar
Enthusiasts from across the country came together at Birmingham’s NEC en masse to see amazing supercars from the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini and McLaren and brand-new models during the sell-out Performance Car Show.
Held alongside motorsport’s Autosport International, the annual, four-day event concluded on Sunday with attendance figures well above the 2014 crowd of 82,000. The visitors were treated to exclusive displays within the Performance Car Show
‘Turn around when possible.’ It’s a phrase that anyone who drives with the aid of a sat-nav knows well.
But it could mean more than just a navigational nightmare. A survey by road safety charity Brake and Direct Line has found that more than one in seven (15%) drivers who use a sat-nav admit making illegal or risky manoeuvres to correct mistakes when following sat-nav instructions, putting
Do you have an old banger in your garage? A clapped out car in your garden? A rusty old run-around in your street? It’s time to let it go and recycle for research!
If you have an old car that’s just gathering rust, why not contact Give a Car and turn your old motor into money for the British Skin Foundation.
Give a Car has already raised
The Toyota Prius is the fastest used car off the forecourt for December and is heading Glass’s monthly Hot Five.
Chevrolet, perhaps surprisingly following their withdrawal from the UK market, also have two models in the Hot Five while, at the other end of the spectrum, Renault’s Scenic remains the most difficult used car to sell.
The full list is:
Glass’s Hot Five for December
The Association of Directors of Economy, Environment, Planning and Transport (ADEPT) has responded to the announcement today of £6bn funding for road maintenance.
“ADEPT welcomes the £6bn capital allocation by the Government and the surety of funding up to 2021 provided by this announcement. Highways are crucial to the UK economy and we have a backlog of repairs which has accrued over many years caused by under
Safer drivers make safer roads for everyone, which is why the new CarVi app is gaining popularity among mothers of teenagers, children of senior citizens, and commuters who log many hours in the driver’s seat. CarVi’s Smartphone application works in conjunction with a dashboard camera to analyze driving skills so that users can improve their driving and decrease their odds of experiencing an auto collision. Creators
Article Courtesy of ScrapCarsLegally.com
We all spend a lot of time in our cars, some of us far too much time. It’s our very own personal space on the road. We look after it and wash it (on occasion), adorn it with all manner of technological bling and use it to convey everything from the practical to the valuable. And, it seems, at the end of its
It’s widely believed by most of the word that the British are a well-mannered and etiquette group. Much of this comes from the stereotypes that the media feeds people abroad through film and music. Unfortunately, if some of the countries around the world could see how some of the British behave on the roads then I’m almost certain they’d soon drop the positive stereotypes. In this