Tesla warned to ‘urgently clarify’ whether UK cars are affected by 158,000 model US recall

Bill Gates says Tesla are moving ‘fast’ through electric cars It comes after US regulator, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has sent Tesla a formal letter requesting a recall on a range of popular vehicles. This was down to the discovery of a range of software safety issues

New E10 petrol will help Boris meet fuel targets despite car damage risks

Petrol and Diesel: Public give opinion on Green Recovery plan New E10 petrol will be launched in 2021 in the Government’s desperate bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Experts say the new fuel has “dual benefits” to the environment and would help the Government to meet its ambitious targets. The

Drivers fined £100 for parking across two spaces in little known rule

Martin Lewis explains council and private company parking fines Fines can range from £25 to £100 in public or private car parks with charges increasing if drivers refuse to pay. USwitch warns most pay and display car parks state vehicles must be left within the limits of a marked bay

Learner drivers banned from practicing in their own cars unless journeys are essential

DVSA reveal strategy for 'helping you stay safe on the roads' An update to the DVSA guidelines now states learner drivers cannot practice driving in their own vehicles unless they have a valid excuse to be on the roads. Learners can practice in England, Wales and Scotland but this must only

London car tax changes are ‘focused on making money’ and may make travel ‘less viable’

Martin Lewis gives money-saving advice on VED car tax Watford Mayor Pete Taylor has said travel to London would be made “less viable” if added charges were introduced. He has urged Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to reconsider the proposals and consider the “knock-on effect” of the scheme. The proposals

Police to install ‘checkpoints’ and monitor roads ‘morning and night’ for drink-drivers

UK police crackdown on drink drivers at Christmas Experts at USwitch say police often “crackdown” towards the end of December as drivers begin to get into the festive spirit with friends and family. Over 30,000 roadside breath tests were carried out over a two week period in December last year

December is the ‘worst month’ for mobile phone crashes as drivers risk heavy fines

UK mobile phone driving laws explained by the RAC Go Compare has revealed 21,636 fines were handed out to drivers between 2015 and 2019 making it the second-worst time to pick up penalties. March was slightly higher where 24,455 fines were issued to drivers. However, motorists who avoid fines at

Drivers may own future classic cars which have ‘defied the market’ and are worth thousands

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Motoring expert Mark Nichol claims the BMW 1M Coupe “stands out” as a star of the future with owners set to reap the financial rewards for keeping

Driving farce: Anger at petrol and diesel car sales ban in just 10 YEARS ‘Makes NO sense!’

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. The changes mean that sales of brand new petrol and diesel cars will no longer be allowed after 2030 in a bid to phase out polluting models

DVLA scam: New warning issued for latest online fraud targeting social media users

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Fraudsters are targeting many social media groups promising to offer real driving licences and even fake services to wipe bans and points from offenders. Some of the