Having a car can be a great thing but it can also come with pitfalls. You need to be prepared for roadside emergencies to happen – anywhere and anytime.
A recall occurs when a manufacturer (or higher authority) determines that a particular car has a safety-related defect or does not comply with a legislated safety standard. So why does this happen?
Should the minimum driving age be raised, or is better driving education and training a better answer to improving road safety levels on our roads?
'Getting out of' a driving offence is usually a myth, and not grounded in law, so don’t fall for any of these 5 common driving offence myths.
How do internet searches compare to actual car sales? Automotive broker and leasing company OSV looks at the ten best-selling cars so far in 2015, and compares them with the internet search results. Some answers are as expected, but some may surprise you (sponsored post).
For some time now it’s been a case of 'when' and not 'if' driverless cars will be unleashed on our roads. The technology is rapidly being developed, and various parties are vying to get ahead in what isn’t so much an arms race as a hands-free race (sponsored post).