Advice on how to prevent ‘relay attack’ thefts

A new trend in vehicle theft termed ‘relay attack’, is allowing criminals to overcome existing vehicle security technology, such as immobilisers and keyless entry systems. But what can you and your drivers do to prevent such attacks? The new style…

Lack of road repair pushes up your maintenance bills

It’s that moment – and we’ve all been there: the sickening metallic bang as your lovely alloy wheel disappears into a pothole and at the same time the car springs compress to the very top of the suspension turret threatening…

Grey fleet doesn’t have to be a grey area

Some 12 billion business miles are said to be driven each year on Britain’s roads by employee-owned  or ‘grey fleet’ cars, which are estimated to be around 14 million in number and cost employers more than £5.5bn a year in…

What’s happened to safety?

Airbags. Yeah, yeah, fifteen of them, thanks. ABS brakes. Yup, standard since 2004. Anti-skid electronic stability control – sure thing, yes, got that as well. So? Why are you asking? Perhaps because we’re beginning to take safety a little too…

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…

Ten Top Safe Driving Tips

As the Bank Holiday period approaches, thoughts of pleasant days out with family or friends is often accompanied by images of traffic jams, contra-flows and miles of stationary traffic. Now that we’ve spoiled your bank holiday fantasies, let us make it…