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).
Most cars come with cheap and poor quality sound systems, so you will notice a big audio improvement by upgrading your car stereo. Guest author Kate Flannery looks at your options.
Apps are beginning to change the way we drive. Not only can you get navigation directions on your smartphone, but you can access the latest traffic information and even find out how economical your driving is through different apps. Luke Dodd looks at some of the best driving apps currently around.
Since its launch in 2010, Nissan has been recording the total distance covered by every one of its LEAF models on the road. The LEAF is Nissan's first 100% electric car and the mission is to reach 1 billion kilometres driven by the owners of their cars (sponsored post).
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!
One of the least-popular trends in modern car design is the almost total disappearance of the traditional full-size spare tyre / spare wheel. Most cars now come with a compact space-saver spare tyre or a canister of green goo and a compressor to re-inflate a punctured tyre. But what does this mean to drivers?