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The six-wheeled EV fit for all terrain…

The six-wheeled EV fit for all terrain…

Electric vehicles have come a LONG way in the last few years. Gone are the visions of futuristic ideas of what new-age cars should look like and instead, sleek, and stylish vehicles have taken centre stage. Until now. Maybe I’m being a bit unfair, but the one-off modified six-wheeled Wuling Hong Guang Mini EV is ... Read More
 
UK Set To Introduce Further Congestion Charges And Clean Air Zones

UK Set To Introduce Further Congestion Charges And Clean Air Zones

Cambridge is the latest area to consider introducing a congestion charge zone, with the council planning to roll out the charges from 2026. It would mean a £5 charge for private vehicles driving in the city centre between 7am-7pm on weekdays. Local authorities are planning further introductions of clean air zones (CAZs) and congestion targets ... Read More
 
Opening your car with a swipe of your hand?

Opening your car with a swipe of your hand?

  Sometimes it feels like we’re in the future. You know, the future where you can pay for things with your phone, open things with face recognition, and order things online to arrive the same day. That future. Well, the future may have just taken one big step closer thanks to something pretty out there ... Read More
 
Government Consults Fleet Owners On Driving Licence Flexibility

Government Consults Fleet Owners On Driving Licence Flexibility

  The department for transport (DfT) has launched a consultation on the possibility of increasing the flexibility of driving licences in the fleet industry. It’s aimed at solving potential issues with drivers needing to take additional testing to drive vehicles over a certain weight which is affecting some electrical vans and vehicles of similar weight. ... Read More
 
Government Announces Self-Driving Vehicle Competition

Government Announces Self-Driving Vehicle Competition

The government has announced a £40 million competition to help kickstart the UK’s self-driving vehicle sector. It’s aimed at the commercial self-driving sector, which includes delivery vehicles and passenger shuttles, and it could speed up the adoption of the technology on public roads. The competition, which is called the ‘Commercialising Connected and Automated Mobility’ competition, ... Read More
 
Unexpected item in bagging area

Unexpected item in bagging area

A petition has been started urging Tesco to stop installing self-service checkouts.   And there’s over 100,000 signatures on it so far. I think we all know why.  They can be INFURIATING. Sometimes you get a good one, but more often than not they don’t scan properly, you need a real person to come over and ... Read More