• The drive for clean air

    Diesel as a fuel has become the staple of car fleets since the government introduced CO2 emission based benefit in kind tax rules in 2002. Little wonder: it’s thermally efficient – producing low levels of CO2 and plenty of miles…

  • How to beat winter

    It’s that time of year again: so expect the usual media scare stories of impending road chaos on the roads, due to predicted blizzards and big freezes. However, the honest truth is that while some of Britain’s more northerly climes…

  • Grant goes slimline for charity

    You’ll have probably already heard about the arctic trek I’ve signed up for – if not, that is remissi of me! It takes place after Christmas, which is…really rather close. I admit I’m getting a tad apprehensive! But I’m not…

  • My Arctic Trek

    Christmas is coming and like everyone, I’m looking forward to a good drink and plenty of turkey. Yes, even brussel sprouts on the big day! Except, this year’s celebrations are going to be a little bit different for me. I’m…

  • Stateside stars at the LA Show

    The 2016 motor show season is, like the year itself, almost over. But the Los Angeles Auto Show proves that manufacturers still had a few surprises up their sleeves, with an impressive number of debuts – some 50 in all….

  • Modified madness is the name of the SEMA game!

    It’s the beginning of November and that means it is time for the US car show that celebrates all that’s good (and not so good!) in the world of modifying. The 2016 Speciality Equipment Marketing Association, otherwise known as SEMA,…

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