September is one of the most common times for motorists to get their MOT done, yet 40% of cars fail first time. Here’s how to pass with flying colours – with the added bonus of saving money too.
Modern cars have an array of dashboard warning lights to let drivers know when something’s wrong. But do you take notice of them? Here's our guide to what they mean and why you shouldn't ignore them.
Since Instagram launched in 2010, more than 10,000 pictures have been tagged with #DrivingSelfie or #DrivingSelfies. Here are just a few of them.
Nearly 1 in 10 motorists have had an accident after using their phone at the wheel, and 7% of drivers have taken photos while in control of their vehicle.
Millions of drivers are facing fines and even court action because they don't realise that insurance, car tax and regular MOTs are required by law.
Half of young drivers admit to sometimes not giving their full concentration when behind the wheel.
Two out of three owners of new cars are taking them to independent garages for servicing, repairs and MOTs, according to a new poll.
German and Japanese cars are the most reliable, according to new research looking at the motors most and least likely to pass their first MOT.
New MOT rules mean your car is more likely to fail. Are these changes fair, asks motoring writer Maria McCarthy.
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