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5 Cars to look out for in 2016

Each year brings new innovations and exciting developments in the motor trade, and 2016 looks set to up the stakes. The world’s leading manufacturers have revealed dynamic new hybrids, top of the range supercars and vehicles perfectly suited to our ever-changing needs for the new year; in this article we take a closer look at five stand-out examples to watch for in 2016.  more info…

LA Motor Show 2015

Established in 1907, the LA Show will once again take place this Autumn. The Los Angeles Convention Centre opens its doors on November 17th, with almost one million square feet of conference and exhibition space set to host the world’s leading automotive manufacturers, motor trade reps and public visitors. In a typical year, the show attracts almost 15,000 industry reps and invited guests on its closed trade days, while the public event, which runs from November 20-29th, could see a million visitors pass through the doors. more info…

Saving money on motoring

Motoring is an expensive necessity for most people. Yet in this age of austerity it is perfectly possible to slash your bills for insurance, fuel and other recurrent motoring costs if you follow a few basic guidelines. In this article we look at several major areas of expenditure for the motorist and suggest various ways in which to reduce your outgoings for new and used cars. more info…

Large vehicles you can drive using your car or lorry licence

Most of us remember the experience, as a new driver, of investigating all the mysterious lower case letters at the bottom of that shiny new licence, and learning that they represented entitlement to drive a tracked vehicle, road roller, or agricultural tractor. But exactly which larger vehicles are covered by a car or lorry licence? more info…

The end of pointless road signs

A new taskforce has been created to rid the UK of the abundance of pointless road signs filling our road transport networks. On August 28th, the Department for Transport (DfT) confirmed that MP Sir Alan Duncan will lead a group which will focus on streamlining road signage and help bring an end to decades of increased signage and clutter on our nation’s highways. The commission’s study will close in early October and report back to the government in December 2015. more info…



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