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November, 2018

  • 14 November

    ‘Corrupt MOT test centre’ WARNING – Drivers cold be at risk from rogue test centres

    New data warns drivers that there are a number of dodgy test centres across the UK (Image: GETTY) Earlier this year the MOT test changed significantly in the UK, which will affect every motorist in the UK. Three new fault categories were introduced – Minor, Major and Dangerous – which ...

  • 13 November

    Car insurance myths that could leave you without cover and a hefty fine

    Drivers are being warned about certain car insurnace myths that could land them without cover (Image: GETTY) Motorists are being warned about a number of car insurance myths that could see their cover voided if they’re believed or ignored. This include beliefs such as fully comprehensive drivers can drive any ...

  • 12 November

    Why Hyundai Nexo could be one of the most important cars of 2019

    Hyundai Nexo will clean the air as it drives (Image: HYUNDAI) Hyundai released the new Nexo at the Consumer Electronics Show on January 8th 2018. It is a hydrogen car which has a driving range of up to 414 miles (WLTP). The most important significant feature of the car is ...

  • 10 November

    Honda Civic 2018 REVIEW: – The wildcard hatchback that’s full of surprises

    Honda Civic 2018 (Image: HONDA) Honda Civic 2018 Review VERDICT: Sporty, spacious and sleek hatchback has all the right ingredients to be a hit  PROS: Unique styling, surprisingly practical, safe CONS: Some frustrating design choices, few cheap-feeling elements, clunky infotainment system Honda Civic is a compelling purchase. The team behind ...

  • 9 November

    Pavement parking news – Council now WON'T ban or fine drivers

    Motorists complain as councils fail to tackle pavement parking in the UK (Image: PH) Pavement parking is a major inconvenience to vulnerable members of society. A car parked on the pavement could force a parent with a pushchair, a blind person or someone wheelchair bound into the road to avoid ...

  • 4 November

    Volvo XC40 T3 Momentum Pro 2018 REVIEW – Desirable SUV is another hit for Volvo

    Volvo XC40 T3 Momentum Pro 2018 (Image: VOLVO) Pros  – Cool styling, intelligent practicality, generous standard equipment, a class leader in safety Cons – Not the cheapest, some irritating design choices, rear pillars are too chunky  Volvo was once synonymous with dull, boring and boxy cars. If you asked someone to picture a Volvo ...

October, 2018

  • 31 October

    Electric cars real world range REVEALED and how much is costs to charge them

    Hyundai Kona Electric topped the list for the best real world range (Image: HYUNDAI) Electric cars are becoming increasingly more popular in the UK. The demonisation of diesel and increasing pressure to improve emissions and air pollution is seeing more people move towards electric vehicles. What Car? Has launched an ...

  • 28 October

    Second generation Audi Q3 will be on sale next month

    Audi expects the Q3 to appeal to young families and young families always need more room (Image: NC) It was popular but thanks to a harsh ride, limited interior space and a dated dashboard it wasn’t a class leader. With the second generation Q3, on sale next month, Audi hopes ...

  • 24 October

    New Skoda Scala 2019 spy shots show car’s design as specs are revealed ahead of launch

    New Skoda Scala (Image: GETTY) Skoda has released a new set of spy shots of its all-new hatchback the Scala ahead of its release later this year. Alongside the shots which show what the outline of the vehicle will look like the Czech carmaker has also confirmed a list of ...

  • 23 October

    Dashboard warning lights: Car symbols you must not ignore as they could cause a crash

    Motorists are being urged to become knowledgable about these essential dashboard warning lights (Image: GETTY) There a lot of lights and symbols that appear on a car’s dashboard which convey different information to the driver. With cars becoming more connected, complex and advanced, there may be a gap in motorist’s ...