Learner drivers still facing up to six-month wait for driving tests in the UK


Learner drivers continue to face lengthy waiting times for practical driving tests, in some cases as long as 24 weeks.

Car thefts increase after lockdown


Easing of coronavirus lockdown leads to 32% increase in car thefts according to Tracker
Learner drivers struggle to book tests amid backlog

Chronic shortage of driving instructors


Driving test backlog could stretch into 2022
Goodwood Revival 2021

Goodwood Revival parade for key workers


Key workers will be honoured with a victory parade at the Goodwood Revival in September.
Research shows extent of lockdown speeding

Can you go for a drive during the lockdown?


As pubs and restaurants across the UK begin to open indoors, motorists are beginning to wonder what the rules are for driving.

Coronavirus: Can I buy a car during lockdown?


With Britain's exit from lockdown now firmly underway, people are once again turning their thoughts to driving,
What to do if your car is due an MOT during the coronavirus lockdown

Coronavirus: Can I still get my car MOT'd?


Travel is now only permitted in certain circumstances due to the lockdown, but some people will be due to get an MOT over the next few weeks.
AA driving instructors suffering ‘anxiety and debt’ over franchise payments during lockdown

AA instructors rebel over coronavirus payments


AA driving instructors are threatening to cancel direct debits after after it insisted they would need to defer payments
Jeremy Clarkson: ban buses or bicycles to reduce road deaths

Jeremy Clarkson tested positive for Covid-19


Jeremy Clarkson tested positive for the Covid-19 coronavirus during the Christmas break, he has revealed in The Sunday Times.
Jeremy Clarkson has turned his farm shop around, with a little help from his friends

10 most popular articles of 2020 on Driving.co.uk


Many won't look back fondly at 2020, but there were some highlights in the motoring world.
How coronavirus plagued the UK car market in 2020

How coronavirus plagued the UK car market in 2020


Covid-19 has caused major problems across the UK automotive industry, but hope remains for a strong recovery in 2021.
Coronavirus: speeding increased by up to 7% during first lockdown

Speeding increased by 7% during covid lockdown


New government statistics show that speeding increased by 7% during the first coronavirus lockdown.
October car registrations at lowest for nine years

Car sales hit nine-year low but EVs rocket


Registrations of new cars declined by 1.6% last month compared to October 2019 due to the Welsh "firebreak" lockdown, according to the SMMT.