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.
UK motorists who use diesel see more of their money swallowed up by fuel duty than drivers in any other European country, new figures show.
Jude Currie, the 11-year-old with a collection worth thousands of pounds, says plans to scrap the car tax disc on 1 October, 2014, is a big mistake.
Motoring journalist Maria McCarthy isn't at all pleased that the paper 'car tax' disc is to be abolished on 1 October 2014. How about you?
George Osborne's mini-budget has some good news for motorists and rail commuters, but young people face a longer wait for retirement.
An electronic system is to replace the humble car tax disc, bringing to an end 90 years of tradition.
The average driver pays well over £1,000 a year to the government in motoring taxes, according to research by the Local Government Authority (LGA).
Free Wills Month is a campaign which starts in October and is expected to increase the numbers of people who draw up wills.
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.
Chancellor George Osborne has outlined changes in government spending which will take effect in 2015. We look at what this means for you and your finances.
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