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‘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.

New car sales fall in November

New car registrations were down by 3% in November, just as they were in October, according to the latest data released today by the SMMT.

Daytime running lights causing confusion for drivers

Drivers across the UK could be causing confusion for other motorists by relying on daytime running lights (DRLs) for illumination in low visibility conditions.

Thousands of electric car chargers to be installed at Tesco stores

The largest retail network of electric car chargers is to be rolled out across Tesco stores nationwide.

Stricter MOT test doubles emissions failure rate

Changes to MOT emissions testing has seen the number of cars failing more than double since being introduced earlier this year.

Record number of illegally clocked cars on the road

The number of UK cars with false mileages has hit 2.3 million, leading for calls to ban DIY mileage-correction 'clocking' tools.

Used car sales down 2% but market still strong

More than two million used cars changed hands between July and September, according to the latest data published by the SMMT.

Car finance debt continues to grow despite falling sales

Car finance debt increased in the third quarter of 2018, despite the number of new finance agreements falling in line with lower new car sales in September.

Relative stability for new car registrations in October

New car sales were down by 3% in October, as the overall market largely recovered from supply problems in September. Audi had a terrible month, though.

Misleading electric vehicle range claims exposed

A new test of ‘real-world’ ranges of electric cars has shown that many don’t deliver on their claims – with some overstating their range by up to 100 miles.

2018 Budget – what’s in it for drivers?

Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced a £30 billion investment package for England’s roads in his Budget– to be paid for by road tax.

Crash test thumbs-up for hydrogen Hyundai Nexo

The Hyundai Nexo fuel-cell car has secured the top-level safety rating in Euro NCAP crash tests, quelling fears over the safety of hydrogen fuel.

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