British drivers unprepared for winter breakdowns


Winter is upon us but a new survey suggests many drivers are at risk of being stranded in the snow if their car breaks down.
Green number plates for electric cars are only a short term solution, says RAC

RAC 'not impressed' by green plates plan


According to an RAC spokesperson, authorities may have to pull the plug on green number plates "pretty much as soon as they bring them in".
Concern over road road has doubled in 12 months

Concern over road rage has doubled in 12 months


Congestion and modern life have been blamed for a huge increase in the proportion of drivers citing road rage as their chief worry when behind th
Dazzled drivers believe car headlights are becoming too bright

Car headlights are too bright, drivers warn


A new study suggests an overwhelming majority of drivers believe modern car headlights are becoming far brighter than necessary.
Fuel pump prices surge in

Fuel pump prices surge in 'bleak' April


Motorists had to contend with a big spike in fuel prices last month, with petrol rising by nearly 6p per litre.
Buying Guide: Leading dash cam dashboard cameras reviewed (updated)

Buying guide: leading dashboard cameras (dashcams)...


The technology that has been safe-guarding the reputations – and insurance policies – of good drivers in Russia for many years is now beginning...

Bring on long-range speed cameras, say motorists


The majority of motorists are in favour of the police adopting long-range speed cameras, a new survey has found. 
Supermarkets confirm petrol price cuts as wholesale fuel values fall

Supermarkets cut petrol prices by 2p per litre


With wholesale petrol values continuing to fall, four supermarkets in quick succession have said they'll be reducing pump prices by 2p per litre.
Risk of breakdowns caused by pothole damage doubles in 12 years

Risk of pothole damage doubles in 12 years


According to the RAC, over 14,000 call-outs it's received in the last 12 months have been due to breakdowns caused by damage from potholes.
The first ever RAC TT race at Goodwood Revival was a legend-laden thriller

Video: Relive Goodwood's first RAC TT thriller


The Goodwood Revival is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. A perfect excuse, then, to relive the event's first Tourist Trophy race.

Drivers still unaware of harsher mobile penalties


Nearly two-thirds (64%) of drivers remain unaware of the penalties associated with being caught using a handheld phone
Phillip Hammond budget 2017: implications and details for drivers - diesel, fuel duty, driverless cars, road tax and more

Environmental study recommends fuel duty rises


The UK Government should increase future fuel duty rates "at least in line with inflation", a new study recommends.
Leaded petrol reduces intelligence decades later

UK motorists hit by "hellish" fuel price rise


Running costs for UK motorists increased even further last month, with May 2018 seeing the steepest rise in fuel prices for nearly two decades.