Research predicts driving instructor shortage


New research has predicted an increasing shortage of driving instructors due to a combination of factors including the coronavirus pandemic.
Has this bus company solved socially distanced public transport?

Company creates socially-distanced buses


A Czech company has modified its off road buses to allow passengers to travel in a socially distanced manner.
Free parking for hospital workers to be scrapped

Free parking for hospital workers to be scrapped


The government has caused outcry after announcing that hospital workers will no longer receive free parking at work.
New car registrations down 35% in June

Diesel car sales down as electric sales surge


Nearly 250,000 private car sales have been lost because of the coronavirus pandemic, as the registrations of new cars fell 34.9% in June.
Holiday towns ban cars in anticipation of socially distanced tourism

Holiday towns ban cars as lockdown eases


England's holiday towns are banning cars from their streets as they gear up to accommodate socially distanced tourists.
No Geneva International Motor Show in 2021

No Geneva Motor Show in 2021


The Foundation of the Geneva International Motor Show (FGIMS) has confirmed that there will be no edition of the event next year.
McLaren suing creditors as it faces insolvency

McLaren 'suing creditors as it faces insolvency'


Further details of McLaren’s urgent financial issues are emerging, with reports saying that the British marque is suing its creditors.
Goodwood Festival of Speed 2020 cancelled

Official: Goodwood FoS and Revival cancelled


The Goodwood Estate has launched a fundraising campaign to shore itself financially, after it was announced the Festival of Speed is cancelled.
Public transport restrictions could put 1m more cars on the road

One million extra cars on road after lockdown


Limits on the capacity of public transport during rush hour will lead to an extra one million cars on the road, according to new research.
Government considers £6000 scrappage scheme for electric car buyers

Scrappage scheme to stimulate EV buying


The UK government is reportedly considering offering electric car buyers a £6,000 discount as part of a scrappage scheme.
Are motorcycles the way out of lockdown?

Are motorcycles best way to get UK moving again?


The end to lockdown has posed a number of practical problems. One of the primary concerns is how to commute while maintaining social distance.
New car sales fall 89% in May

New car sales down 89% in May


Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on the automotive industry with sales of new cars falling 89% in May compared to the same month last year.
Car industry pushes for scrappage scheme and petrol incentives

Car industry wants scrappage, petrol incentives


The UK’s automotive industry is reportedly in talks with the government in order to procure a £1.5bn deal in the form of a scrappage scheme.