Car News
Britons reluctant to embrace electric cars

Britons reluctant to embrace electric cars

One third of drivers believe they will still be driving ‘traditional’ cars by 2040 – despite the proposed ban on new petrol and

Car News
Celebrate all things petrol-powered at Port Solent

Celebrate all things petrol-powered at Port Solent

FANS of everything on four and two wheels will be meeting at Port Solent on New Year’s Eve.

news
Velar sales back on track after early scare

Velar sales back on track after early scare

JLR boss admits that company expectations that the new SUV would “sell itself” were not borne outLand Rover’s global sales

Car News
Ex-owner’s plea for help to find classic Cortina she kept for 30 years

Ex-owner’s plea for help to find classic Cortina she kept for 30 years

Motoring enthusiasts are being asked to help a Ford fan track down a car that was part of her life for more than 30 years.Cheryl Morris is

Car News
Vehicle safety notices: Nissan, Audi, Peugeot, Seat and Skoda among firms to recall vehicles

Vehicle safety notices: Nissan, Audi, Peugeot, Seat and Skoda among firms to recall vehicles

A number of major car makers have issued recalls in the past month to rectify potential safety issues in some of their cars.Among the brands

Car News
Car lovers to meet at Port Solent

Car lovers to meet at Port Solent

A NUMBER of meet-ups have been announced for car fanatics between now and the new year.

our-region
Death rates rise after 20mph limit roll-out

Death rates rise after 20mph limit roll-out

A council review into new 20mph zones has revealed that deaths and serious accidents actually rose after the lower limits were introduced.A

Car News
Drivers urged to avoid travelling on ‘Frantic Friday’ amid congestion fears

Drivers urged to avoid travelling on ‘Frantic Friday’ amid congestion fears

Motoring groups have warned drivers to expect congestion and delays as the country winds down for Christmas.This weekend is predicted to bring

Car News
Backing for lower drink-drive limit in England as drivers warned over morning-after risks

Backing for lower drink-drive limit in England as drivers warned over morning-after risks

Nearly two-thirds of drivers in England and Wales believe the Government should lower the drink-drive limit, according to new research.A poll

Car News
AA launches bid to end parking charge ‘trap’

AA launches bid to end parking charge ‘trap’

The Government has been urged to step in on behalf of drivers to fight “rampant” ticketing for parking and bus lane infringements.Motoring

Car News

Search For Sale