An efficient, luxurious and spacious company car. You can’t go far wrong with the Jaguar XF, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.
There are a number of factors magistrates use when deciding whether to be tough or lenient on motor offenders, as legal expert Jeanette Miller explains.
Motorway tailgating is a major worry for most motorists but many admit to doing it themselves, according to a survey.
Motorists are being warned that the spring bank holiday weekend is likely to be one of the busiest ever on our roads.
Experts think it's just a matter of time before self-driving vehicles appear on our roads. Would you be happy if a computer was in charge of your car?
For 40 years, councils have tried to address city-centre congestion with park-and-ride services. But for many motorists, these schemes have never taken off. Do you think these schemes work?
New figures show that claims for compensation for damage to vehicles caused by potholes have risen by a factor of 10 in parts of the UK.
Most motorists understand the importance of keeping their vehicles properly maintained, but millions do not have the skills to do it, the results of a new survey suggest.
Considering the number of outstanding models Mercedes has made, picking a top five is no easy task, but motoring journalist Rob Griffin offers his opinion.
Harsher sentences are to be handed down to disqualified drivers who kill while behind the wheel. But is this law change necessary?
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