September is one of the busiest months of the year for buying new cars. Choosing a car is an exciting time, and it’s easy to get carried away when seeing new models in the showroom.
Regardless of the amount of years you have been on the road, early morning starts see a lot of drivers distracted and in a hurry. This poses additional risks for students and others who are walking,...
Homeowners could add up to 10% to the value of their property and generate an additional income of up to £1,500 a year by adding a parking space to their home.
Scrapyards in Scotland are no longer allowed to pay the public in cash for their old cars.
A boom in car sales is on the cards for early 2017 if buyers are to beat new car tax rules that will raise the cost of owning some of Britain’s most popular models from April.
While any amount of sunshine is welcomed at this time of year, the glaring low winter sun is taking no prisoners. So how can you make sure you stay safe on the road?
New research indicates that home charging points for electric cars will be one of the most desirable features of neighbourhoods in 20 years’ time.
It is now against the law in Scotland to smoke in a car if there is a child present. 
Drivers who eat and drink at the wheel are twice as likely to crash, and the risk may be even higher if the food is hot, messy or you have to unwrap it yourself.
A new Trunk Road Gritter Tracker has been launched on the Traffic Scotland website, so that road users can check where and when gritters have been active on routes in their areas this winter.
Electric power could be the dominant form of propulsion for all new cars sold in the UK as early as 2027, with more than 1.3m electric cars registered each year by then.
One in two learner drivers are given tuition by their parents – yet many mums and dads show a worrying lack of knowledge of basic driving best practice.
New research from psychologists at the University of Sussex has that found driving while talking on a hands-free phone can be just as distracting as talking on a hand-held mobile.
Scotland’s North Coast 500 route has been named as one of the best summer driving routes in the whole of Europe.
The Government has confirmed its plans to support the development of driverless vehicle technology.
Nearly seven in ten drivers don’t trust ‘black box’ technology to lower their insurance premiums by proving they are a better driver, a new survey has found.
The Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency is developing a digital driving licence for smartphones.
Last month, 68 11-17 year olds in Scotland got behind the wheel of a car well before reaching legal driving age, thanks to an event sponsored by former British Touring Car champion John Cleland.
UK car buyers do not believe the country’s decision to leave the European Union has affected when they will make their next purchase, according to new consumer research from
For consumers buying a petrol or diesel car, the bottom line is that middle of the road colours make the safest investment and it would appear that this has never been truer than at present.
Drivers caught using a handheld mobile phone will, from early next year, get six points on their licence and a £200 fine.
Many of the features that the British public expect to have in their cars in the future are actually already on offer today, a new survey has found.
The daily commute can often get repetitive and it’s easy to get distracted, so put the Institute of Advanced Motorists’ tips into practice to stay safe on the road.
Observational games such as ‘I-Spy’ top the list of activities to occupy children on a long journey, followed by listening to music, singing and reading.
Scotland is the cheapest place in the UK to insure a car, at £562 for the average premium.
Car litter louts are the biggest bugbear for drivers, a new AA Populus poll has found.