Most of us have had one (or more), everyone fears them. Car accidents are taken for granted these days, so used to them have we become over decades of motoring.
Most people buy a car on finance, but what if you don't want to? Paying cash at a dealership is not necessarily as easy as it sounds.
For more than 20 years, the Goodwood Festival of Speed has been a highlight of the British summer, and has grown to become probably the world’s premier automotive event.
Alloy wheels are a significant investment for your vehicle, so it's important to take good care of them. This infographic offers some helpful advice.
To highlight UK Road Safety Week next week (9-15 June), the guys at Woodstock Motors have sent us this infographic looking at road safety statistics and regulations around the world. The infographic shows some of the differences in road safety standards and, correspondingly, road safety laws in different companies and regions.
Choosing a satnav system can be a bewildering experience these days. There are hundreds of choices of navigation assistants, ranging from free smartphone apps to factory-fitted systems that come with your car. But what do you get at each level of spend, and what will provide you with the best value? The Car Expert is here to help!
Did you know that global car production has increased by over 60% since 1999? Or that China is now responsible for building about 25% of the world's vehicles? This fascinating infographic includes this and plenty of other great factoids and trivia about the global automotive industry.
In the middle of Monza's Royal Park, north of Milan in Italy, the Autodromo Nazionale Monza Grand Prix circuit is open to the public most days. Although you can't wander out onto the F1 track itself, you can explore most of the circuit environs to your heart's delight. And when you do, you will find this...
Auto Express asked the 4 UK political parties for their plans to improve roads and help drivers. But they were rubbish so here's our ideas.
Did you know that a car accident happens somewhere in the world every minute? Or that Friday is the most common day for a car accident? Topquote.ie has put together this infographic which provides plenty of astonishing facts about car accidents worldwide, as well as a list of the biggest pile-ups in the history of motoring.
British police forces use a variety of cars, and buying police cars is big business. UK forces spend £83 million on 5,600 cars annually.
eBay has come a long way over the years, and is now a genuine retail opportunity for businesses as well as private sellers (sponsored post).
If you had £10K to spend, what are the ten coolest cars you could buy? Well, we had a hunt through the classifieds and here is what we found. (sponsored post)
With 2013’s critically-acclaimed F1 movie Rush now available to view at home, - whether you buy the DVD or simply rent it from the Sky Store - it seems like a good time to have another look and see whether the movie still stacks up on subsequent viewings, and how it works on the small screen compared to the big screen.
This week, I had the opportunity to do something that many grown men would give an important part of their anatomy to do – be driven flat-out around a racetrack in a Lamborghini Aventador by the man who was, until recently, The Stig.
No-one disputes that smoking is bad for you. What is beyond dispute is that tobacco advertising gave us some of the best F1 liveries ever.
The electric car actually predates the petrol car, and it could eventually replace it as well. We explore the history of EVs - and predict their future.
There is always a debate among motor racing fans as to who is the ‘best driver’ of a period – whether it be this season, the last decade, a certain era, or of course, of All Time. As an official blogger for Autosport International 2014, I have been asked to nominate the best driver of my generation.
As we bid farewell to the year that was 2013 and look ahead to 2014, The Car Expert’s superstar guest blogger Rodney J. Pilkington presents the cars and automotive news to look out for, and his predictions for the year ahead...
How will car magazines adapt to the digital era? EVO magazine, a monthly British motoring magazine, recently asked The Car Expert to review their new app to compare it to the traditional print version. So how does it shape up?
Supercar driving experience gift vouchers give anyone the chance to enjoy the thrill of driving a supercar around a race track (sponsored post).
Win two tickets to the first day of the 2013 Goodwood Revival, thanks to The Car Expert and Comparethemarket.com!
Electric car sales have been shocking, but can the new BMW i3 turn things around for the industry? The Car Expert looks at the challenges it faces.
Cruise control can be intimidating if you have never used it. Once you get used to it, however, you may find it a provides a real benefit to your driving.
One of the growing types of sub-prime finance in the UK is what is known as a ‘logbook loan’. The lenders claim that logbook loans are “easy, fast and hassle-free”, but they represent a serious risk of you losing possession of your car.