Drivers contribute taxes worth billions of pounds a year to Treasury coffers. So why do the main parties appear to be so complacent about winning their votes?
As pump prices fall, the proportion we give to the government in fuel taxes is rising. Campaigners are calling for a cut in duty – but is this realistic?
2014 surprised many people, with no sign of the long-awaited interest-rate hike and a drastic fall in the price of oil. So what does 2015 have in store?
The wholesale costs of petrol and diesel are practically the same. So why are diesel owners being charged so much more for fuel? Rob Griffin investigates.
Campaigners say a £200m fund for pothole repairs announced by the Chancellor in his 2014 Budget is not enough. We look at the state of the nation's roads.
Are you Confused.com about the 2014 Budget? Here are six things you need to know when it comes to the Budget and your finances.
Good economic news makes a rise in interest rates more likely. We look at how homeowners can prepare for higher monthly mortgage payments.
A lack of ability and willing by families to pay for the cremation or burial of relatives is contributing to a rise in the number of paupers' funerals.
One in three neighbour disputes are caused by parking problems, says the AA. Some motorists are even parking on strangers' drives! We take a closer look.
The RAC has published the 25th edition of its annual report on motoring. So, what has changed in motoring since 1989? We take a look.
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