With cash for crash scams costing the industry around £400m per year and adding around £50 to each insurance premium, are you really happy giving fraudsters some of your hard earned cash each year?
Driverless cars are currently being tested on British roads, but what are the drawbacks of handing over control to a robot
We explore dangerous things people do whilst in control of a vehicle, after it has emerged that one in ten drivers have taken a selfie in the past month
London is home to some of the world's largest film studios with a number of famous films having been filmed in the capital. We'll be taking a closer look at some of the locations that have been frequently used in motion pictures over the years.
The Budget, announced by George Osborne, has received a mixed reaction from the industry, with concerns that it may stunt the growing sales of low carbon cars
We discuss the new road laws that have come into effect throughout the past year or so.
There were plans to reduce the 15 year age limit on taxis to 10 years for non zero emission capable taxis
The SMMT has already launched a campaign to raise awareness of cleaner diesel options, but there are concerns that diesel cars are being unfairly penalised