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Licence Bureau has launched a new driver safety guide, in association with road safety charity Brake, to highlight typical driving distractions.
The fifth generation of SEAT’s supermini puts an emphasis on technology, refinement and personalisation, explains Alex Grant.
The gap between diesel cars’ official and real-world fuel economy grew to 28% last year, new figures from TMC indicate.
Footage from a dashcam solution installed in a taxi has helped the driver avoid a lengthy insurance dispute in an accident claim.
Alphabet more than doubled its fleet of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles last year following deliveries of 3,619 units.
The fourth-generation Kia Rio has gone on sale in the UK, priced from £11,995 OTR.
Europcar and Enterprise Car Club have opened two new car club schemes in Inverness in partnership with the Highland Council as well as the Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership (HITRANS).
2017 will see fleets increasingly turning to ‘big data’ to drive areas from compliance through to road safety, according to the Association For Driving Licence Verification (ADLV).
Diesel drivers in Westminster will have to pay an extra 50% on fees for parking within Marylebone from this April.
Private equity firm HgCapital is to sell Zenith to Bridgepoint in a transaction totalling £750m.
Confiscating mobile phones off drivers using them illegally at the wheel could help cut down on their use and improve road safety.
Skoda has revealed its Kodiaq Scout model, which brings offroad styling and all-wheel drive as standard.
Maserati has announced changes within its corporate team as it looks to drive fleet growth.
Extending the MoT test ‘grace period’ of new vehicles to four years is likely to come at the expense of road safety, tyre safety experts have warned.
Drivers caught for the most serious speeding offences are set to face much tougher fines under new sentencing guidelines introduced following consultation.
The average price of diesel has hit its highest level in more than two years.
Vauxhall has revealed the Crossland X crossover, which will be positioned beneath the Mokka X when it goes on sale later this year.
BMW’s most efficient diesel 5 Series saloon will go on sale in March, offering fuel economy of 72.4mpg with 102g/km CO2 emissions.