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Car theft in the UK hits new heights

Car theft within the UK has risen by almost 50% in the last five years, with the blame pointed at modern car keys and falling police numbers.

UK motorists driving in EU may need insurance ‘Green Card’

Millions of UK motorists wanting to drive in the EU will need to arrange extra documentation in the event of a no-deal Brexit, insurers have warned.

Car tax rates to increase in April – how will it affect you?

Road tax rates are due to change in April, bringing a series of additional charges to nearly all drivers.

2018 new car sales: winners and losers

With the 2018 new car sales figures being reported this week, we can now see which car companies are celebrating and which are drowning their sorrows.

2018 new car sales: the key issues

With the official new car registration results for 2018 published this week, we dive into the data and look back at the key issues that shaped the year.

The biggest motoring trends to look out for in 2019

Warranty Direct looks at the car trends set to hit the automotive industry in 2019. What will be the things that drivers are looking for this year?

Turbulent year for new car sales ends on a low note

New car registrations were down over 5% in December as poor fleet sales dragged figures down the overall market, bringing a difficult year to a close.

UK’s largest EV charge point provider criticised

Ecotricity, the UK's largest supplier of electric car charging points, is under fire for providing a poor service and holding back growth of EVs in the UK.

Brexit blamed as car manufacturing plunges

British car manufacturing fell by nearly 20% in November, with industry bosses blaming Brexit uncertainty for sliding export orders.

Diesel cars even more polluting than previously thought

A new report has revealed that diesel cars on UK roads are even more polluting than previously believed, with some cars 11 times beyond the legal limit.

Car manufacturers facing ‘massive’ CO2 fines

Nearly two-thirds of top car manufacturers are facing 'massive' CO2 fines, according to new research due to be published today.

‘Black box’ devices could be fitted to all new cars

All new cars sold in the EU could soon be fitted with 'black box' devices, if a proposal by the European Council in February 2019 is approved.

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