Drivers Wary Of UK Government's Electric Car Buying Advice

Just two percent said that the government would be their go-to source for information. A new survey from Venson Automotive Solutions has revealed that motorists have little confidence in government bodies when it comes to advice on buying and owning an EV, despite the government increasing investment to support electric vehicle

Drivers Wary Of UK Government's Electric Car Buying Advice

Just two percent said that the government would be their go-to source for information. A new survey from Venson Automotive Solutions has revealed that motorists have little confidence in government bodies when it comes to advice on buying and owning an EV, despite the government increasing investment to support electric vehicle

Validity of vehicle documents extended till July 31, 2020

According to a media report, the government of India has extended the validity of vehicle documents such as fitness certificates, permits, driving licenses and registration documents till July 31, 2020. The report also states that the government will not charge an additional or late fee for delays in the validation

60 Percent Of UK Drivers 'Too Daunted' To Buy An Electric Car

Study shows drivers still have concerns about electric cars. Almost six in 10 UK motorists are still too concerned about electric cars to consider buying one, according to new research. The study of 2,000 UK drivers found that a perceived lack of charging points and high mileages are among the

The greatest hot hatchbacks of all time

What are the best hot hatchbacks ever? We’ve picked our top 10s from the 80s, 90s and 2000s to settle the argument… Introduction Greatest 1980s hot hatchbacks Greatest 1990s hot hatchbacks Greatest 2000s hot hatchbacks The hot hatch is a great automotive institution representing the democratisation of performance and driving

'Big hopes of being extremely competitive in Melbourne'

After a solid pre-season, Sergio Perez believes Racing Point would have been “extremely competitive” at the Australian Grand Prix. Racing Point shone during pre-season testing at the Barcelona circuit with the team’s form in its ‘pink Mercedes’ hinting at a top-four battle. Racing Point was fifth fastest overall with Perez’s

Gallery: All of Niki Lauda’s F1 cars

On the anniversary of the death of the great Niki Lauda, we look back at the cars that helped define his brilliant career and were observed up close by Giorgio Piola. Lauda stands out not only as a driver, but as an irreplaceable persona who helped shape the sport over

Easing of lockdown causes 72% spike in car breakdowns

New Government guidance encouraging people to travel to work and allowing recreational activities leads to more breakdown patrol callouts The easing of the UK lockdown has led to a 72 per cent increase in car breakdowns, new figures suggest. Comparing the week-long period of 25 March to 1 April 2020

Here Is How The Source Of Electricity Influences An EVs Indirect CO2 Emissions

Let’s take a look at how electric grid affects the average CO2 emission of EVs compared to ICE. All-electric cars are zero-emission vehicles, but that’s only a part of the story because a lot depends on the electricity source (while charging from the grid), which is not always zero-emissions. Thanks

What kind of Ferrari driver will Sainz be?

Carlos Sainz is expected to be typecast in the supporting role to Charles Leclerc at Ferrari in 2021. But the tenacious Spaniard’s fighting spirit stands to make him much more than just the number two driver Following confirmation that Carlos Sainz will be replacing Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari for 2021,