Everything you need to know The government continues to be ineffective and punt Brexit further down the road (for better or worse, depending on your view) but that doesn’t help clear up what Brits abroad will need to do to remain road legal once we’ve left the EU. Of course,Continue Reading

Kids get all the fun. While we get to drive the new Skoda Karoq, it’s the youngsters that get to play with it. Or, specifically, play with a Kid Karoq made entirely from cardboard.

The average car on UK roads is around seven years old, and over that time it’s likely that deposits will have built up in the vehicle’s engine, reducing efficiency and increasing emissions. This can be minimised by using premium fuels (we’ve seen the evidence ourselves after using Shell’s V-Power petrol)Continue Reading

It’s a month since the driving test changed, something most of us won’t actually be aware of. Once you’ve passed your test, it becomes an irrelevance, a piece of history that you probably try to forget.

September sees the biennial staging of one of the biggest and most prestigious international motor shows; the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung, or the Frankfurt Motor Show to everybody else. The show slogan this year is ‘Future Now’ with many world premiere public launches of new cars as well as the latest mobileContinue Reading

Hyundai finally has a hot hatch to bolster its range, with the reveal last week of the i30 N. Aimed squarely at the likes of the Ford Focus ST and Volkswagen Golf GTI, the N follows convention by being front-wheel drive and powered by a two-litre turbocharged petrol engine. WithContinue Reading

Fifty grand for a 50-year-old car? Not quite… The original Mini is in many ways the perfect car for the city. It’s small, frugal and agile, but the lack of any useful safety kit and the crumbling nature of a fifty-year old or so chassis means it’s usually the preserveContinue Reading