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September, 2018

  • 9 September

    Dashboard warning lights – How not knowing THESE essential symbols could lead to a crash

    UK motorists are being urged to improve their knowledge of dashboard warning lights and symbols as it could drastically increase their safety on the roads. New research has highlighted that drivers have a distinct lack of knowledge when it comes to certain warning lights and symbols. The research conducted by ...

  • 8 September

    Jeep Wrangler Rubicon trial REVIEW – Off-roading is effortless in this behemoth motor

    Jeep Wrangler handled the Rubicon trial with ease (Image: PH) Our guide motions us forward, giving us instructions to thread our way through this stony minefield.  And then, just when we think we’ve escaped, one of the tyres side-slips on the dusty rock, we lurch sideways and there’s an unmistakably, ...

  • 7 September

    Most unreliable cars of 2018 REVEALED in the UK and the faults you need to look out for

    Most unreliable cars have been unveiled in the WhatCar? Reliability Survey 2018 (Image: PH) Every car owner wants their vehicle to be reliable and nobody wants it to be in and out of a car garage all the time. Naturally, some cars are more reliable than others and certain brands ...

  • 6 September

    Citroen C4 Cactus REVIEW – New car is all style and no substance

    Citroen C4 Cactus (Image: CITROEN) The only problem is that such innovations, while favoured aesthetically, haven’t always been favoured critically or in terms of pure sales. Sometimes those individual models fly out of showrooms, such as the likes of the Skoda Yeti or Nissan Qashqai, but with others, like this ...

  • 5 September

    World's earliest known Mini Cooper unearthed in Suffolk barn

    This 1963 Mini Cooper is the earliest ever made (Image: James Linsell-Clark) He is now the proud owner of the 1963 car – the sixth of only 4,000 ever made – which is complete with its original engine and first tax disc. The cream-coloured Mini is now worth around £50,000 ...

  • 3 September

    Drivers could soon LOSE their licence if they fail THIS simple test

    Drivers could soon face losing their driving licence if they fail to pass a simple roadside eye-test. A trial conducted by Thames Valley, Hampshire, and West Midlands police forces will see drivers asked to read a number plate from 20-metres away. Drivers that fail the standard test could see their ...

  • 1 September

    Changing to this type of car insurance policy could save a third of UK drivers hundreds

    Changing to pay-per-mile car insurance could save you money (Image: GETTY) Up to a third of UK drivers could be wasting hundreds forking out for an expensive car insurance premium they don’t necessarily need. New research found that one in three are using their car for short trips they admit could’ve ...

August, 2018