UPDATE – Towing Regulations

UPDATE – Towing Regulations

The Government has issued an important update on towing regulations…  The rules on towing a trailer or caravan with a car have changed, effective from 16th December 2021. If you passed your car driving test from 1st January 1997 onwards, you’re now allowed to tow trailers up to 3,500kg MAM. The DVLA will update your ... Read More
 
3, 2, 1, blast-off…

3, 2, 1, blast-off…

  It’s an age-old question… How much faster can a car go if you strap rockets to the back of it? Well, luckily, we’ve got an answer. Because Warped Perception decided to strap 3 rocket thrusters to the back of the new Tesla Roadster. CLICK HERE to read the full story on the Tesla with ... Read More
 
Money doesn’t just fall from the sky… or does it?

Money doesn’t just fall from the sky… or does it?

  Money falling from the sky seems like the sort of gimmick you’d expect Biff Tannen to be behind in Back to the Future. And it’d have something to do with the sports almanac and a series of increasingly ludicrous events. But this actually happened. Well, maybe not quite like that. But in California, an ... Read More
 
Autonomous fleet vehicles: where are we at?

Autonomous fleet vehicles: where are we at?

  Autonomous vehicles (AVs) have been discussed with excitement for a long time now… But on the face of it, progress appears slower than most predicted. So, where are we at with AVs? Regulators have been given the task of creating policy and frameworks for the AV industry and given how quickly the technology has ... Read More
 
Red crabs halt Christmas…

Red crabs halt Christmas…

  Red crabs have put a halt on Christmas… Well, the roads on Christmas Island, anyway. We all know that traffic on the roads is heavy at this time of year, with Christmas shoppers, extra freight transport, and those travelling to see family around the festive period. You see, millions of red crabs crawled across ... Read More
 
A little £40 billion vehicle tax problem…

A little £40 billion vehicle tax problem…

  By now we’re all well aware of the new internal combustion engine ban coming in 2030, right? Well, there’s one thing that you might not have considered… What about the tax? You see, fuel duty and vehicle excise duty currently generates £40 billion in tax for the government each year. But with fewer polluting ... Read More