petrolstationThe United Kingdom has seen drastic political reform over the last month. We’ve left the EU, Boris was running for Prime Minister, then he wasn’t, now Theresa May is our new leader and as we enter her reign, she has began to make significant changes to her cabinet.

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Could electric cars be the dominate force on British roads by 2027?

August 9, 2016

electriccarforceWe all know about the ever-growing demand for a more sustainable and renewable energy source for vehicles, and we all know an abundance of manufacturers are throwing billions in the direction of research and development to satisfy this desire, but given all this, how close are we to finding a solution?

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Could Magnetic Suspension Spherical Tyres Be The Future?

June 13, 2016

Goodyear have set out to effectively do what clichés have been giving others the credit for for years, and are actually attempting to reinvent the wheel.

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UK’s Traffic Problem is Getting Worse

June 3, 2016

Auto_stoped_highwaySorry to be the bearers of bad news folks, but if we’re honest, you’ve probably already noticed how much more traffic there is on the roads over recent years.

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Should Diesel Cars Be Taxed More?

May 14, 2016

BioDieselGeIt’s one of the big questions being discussed amongst politicians and motoring bodies right now as to whether a tax increase should be introduced for those drivers who own diesel vehicles. Whilst many would agree that measures should be taken to reduce emissions overall, there are some who see it as a very unfair measure, particularly considering that not too long ago the government was praising diesel as a greener, more efficient fuel type.

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Big Rise in Parking Permit Charges

May 2, 2016

Many drivers across the UK are experiencing ever increasing prices just to park near their home, with research showing a 51% hike in the cost of local parking permits.

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Car Clocking Concerns With Private Sales

April 23, 2016

There are growing concerns within the automotive market that the practice of car clocking is returning.

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5 Year Olds Could Be Behind the Wheel Soon

April 3, 2016

A new state of the art car, specifically designed for children aged 5-10 is in development.

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£250m Pothole Grant

March 23, 2016

Stats suggest that a pothole is repaired every 15 seconds here in the UK. Despite this however, councils across the country are fighting a losing battle when it comes to keeping up with the backlog of repairs.

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Government Tackle Petrol Station Crime

March 14, 2016

The Government is set to introduce a new scheme to help tackle fuel filling station crimes in the UK after growing concerns regarding drivers who fill up and drive away without paying.

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