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?
Motorists are fed up with paying through the nose for petrol and diesel at service stations. A new survey shows they want the government to intervene.
The cost of petrol and diesel has fallen sharply this year thanks to lower wholesale prices. So does this mean that retailers are playing fair?
Drivers who don't cut their engines when waiting aren't just wasting fuel: they're breaking the law and risk being fined. Sue Hayward investigates.
The Hyundai i30 Tourer is spacious and has a range of clean and fuel-efficient engines - shame it's no oil painting, writes reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.
Do you keep your car's fuel tank topped up or are you happy to run on fumes? We look at Britain's fuelling habits.
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.
After a cheap-on-tax company car? The Lexus IS 300h saloon with its efficient hybrid engine is an excellent choice, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes Clay.
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?
Low petrol prices are easing the pressure on drivers faced with a real-terms dip in earnings, according to new research.
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