Drivers are being urged to get their cars MOT tested this summer to avoid the rush once the six-month coronavirus extension expires in August.
McDonald's has announced plans to install hundreds of charging points in the car parks of its UK restaurants up and down the country.
Drivers could be leaving a trove of sensitive data on their old cars by not wiping information held from connecting to a smartphone.
The government is reportedly considering a scrappage scheme to encourage people to switch from petrol or diesel cars to electric vehicles.
It was another month of agonisingly low new car sales in May, with just over 20,000 new vehicles registered as showrooms remained closed.
Car insurers have been told to waive fees and allow for delayed payments to help customers in financial difficulty due to the coronavirus.