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Petrol shortage: Fuel levels back to normal as panic appears to be over


The petrol shortage crisis appears to be over with fuel sales fallen by two thirds and filling station tank levels returned to normal levels.
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Drivers advised to book September MOT early


Owners of cars with an MOT due in September this year are being advised to quickly book an appointment to avoid missing out due to a major surge.
Green new E10 fuel could lead to higher pump prices

Green new E10 fuel could lead to higher prices


A green new fuel set to be introduced in September could cause drivers to pay more for their fuel, it has been warned. 
New Green number plates for electric cars in UK

Green plates may influence one in five to buy a EV


Those who buy electric cars from today (December 8) will be eligible for a green-accented number plate that affords the driver on-road benefits.
Only a quarter of people say they will drive on Christmas day

Only 25% say they will drive for Christmas


Only a quarter of people of are planning a journey by car during the Christmas period, according to a recent study.
Are the AA and RAC breakdown services working during Covid-19 lockdown?

Are the RAC and AA working during lockdown?


Breakdown services tell us how their home and roadside breakdown assistance services have been affected during Covid-19.
Motoring industry calls for electric incentives in tomorrow’s budget

AA calls for electric car incentives in Budget


The AA is calling on Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak to make space in tomorrow’s budget to stimulate the sales of electric cars.
These were UK's most popular used cars in 2018

These were UK's most popular used cars in 2018


According to analysis from AA Cars, these are the 10 used models that resonated the most with British car buyers in 2018.
One in eight motorists admit to having fallen asleep while driving

One in eight have fallen asleep while driving


A survey has found 13% of drivers have nodded off when driving — prompting the AA to launch an awareness campaign on the dangers of drowsiness.

Potholes a "national disgrace" says AA


A rise in the number of potholes has led to more claims for damage being made in the first four months of the year than the whole of 2017.
Councils cut pothole payouts to drivers by using loophole

Councils cut pothole payouts to drivers


Councils are avoiding paying compensation to drivers whose cars have been damaged by potholes by insisting that the roads in question were schedu
Deaths on British roads reach five-year high

Deaths on British roads reach five-year high


Figures released today show that the number of deaths on Britain’s roads continue to rise. A total of 1,792 people lost their lives in road traff
Soaring fuel prices prompt drivers to park their cars

Soaring fuel prices prompt drivers to park car


Motorists are cutting back on car journeys after fuel prices hit their highest level in more than two years, new research has found.