Reader Letters: Bright headlights, priorité à droite, annual servicing and quattro power


In the 1950s drivers seemed to take pride in delaying switching on their headlights until absolutely necessary...
Reader Letters: Speed alerts, America's Route 1, post-Brexit numberplates and Clarkson's bust

Reader Letters: Speed alerts and Clarkson's bust


Driving along the M4 the other day I noticed brake lights ahead. Shortly after, I passed the source: two slow-moving, flat-base lorries in convoy
Reader Letters: dazzling headlights, Macan boots, British cars and French road rules

Reader Letters: fix for glare &French road rules


Regarding headlight dazzle, I experienced the same problem when driving at night in the rain — until...

Reader Letters: Keyless capers and tax bombshells


"Is there anyone who finds keyless cars useful?" and other questions in this week's post bag.

Reader Letters: Rev reverence and speed confusion


Tony Inchley asks whether regular drivers need rev counters. My children and I were taught by my husband to use the rev counter almost to the...
Reader Letters: Aston corrections, speed limiters, Citroën brake wear and motorcycle filtering

Reader Letters: Speed limiters and motorbike wars


Your correspondence this week covers Clarkson's "insults" to Aston Martin's "fine engineers", Citroën brake wear query and erratic driving.
Reader Letters: Boy racers, TFL's tardy phone service and do we need rev counters?

Reader Letters: Boy racers and tardy phone service


Your letters this week include proof that some children are still interested in cars and a question over whether rev counters are relevant...
Reader Letters: Diesel pollution, car theft and Honda praise

Reader Letters: Diesel pollution and Honda praise


Letters to Sunday Times Driving this week include a question over whether buyers should have financial incentives to move away from diesel...
Reader Letters: Roadster heaven, weaving motorbikes, used car mileage, parking tickets and Flummox FM

Reader Letters: Roadster heaven and Flummox FM


The car that beats the Mazda MX-5 and Fiat 124 Spider, the dangers of filtering, how used cars are like dating apps, a parking problem...
Reader Letters: Insurance groups and motorway gantry gaffes

Reader Letters: Insurance groups and gantry gaffes


Your correspondence this week includes insight into how smart motorway matrix signs work and more on car insurance premiums can alter...
Reader Letters: Red-light rage and used car dealers

Reader Letters: Red-light rage and used car dealer


Barry Borman asks what can be done about cyclists who thump the cars of drivers who tell them they have jumped a red light...
Reader Letters: Electric car reviews, paint and age-based insurance hikes, and dieselgate groups

Reader Letters: EVs, insurance hikes & dieselgate


It was great to read a review of the Tesla Model S. Giles Smith mentioned the growing national charging network, but in future, in order to...
Reader Letters: Criminal cyclists, dazzling brakes, smart motorway signs and more

Reader Letters: Criminal cyclists, dazzling brakes


What can be done about cyclists who, when informed by a driver that they’ve gone through a red light, wait until you catch them up and then thump