The Government is reviewing powerful car lights that could cause safety risk
This article from Auto Express explains why the government is reviewing the brightness of car headlights that could possibly cause accidents.
How technology can help make driving easier for disabled motorists
With new models and technologies being released regularly, motoring technology seems to be constantly developing, offering disabled drivers new options
Changes to fuel consumption and emissions testing
The Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) aims to set more realistic testing conditions so lab measurements better reflect on-road performance.
Car exhaust smoke: what do the different types mean?
We think you'll enjoy this article from Car Buyer about what any smoke that might come out of your car exhaust could mean
10 things to help you decide if the Motability Scheme is right for you
We've highlighted a few things that people often want to talk to us about before deciding if the Scheme is for them.
Motorways are now open to learner drivers in Britain
As of today, learner drivers will be able to take driving lessons on motorways in England, Scotland and Wales. This article explains how this change came about and what it means for learner drivers.
What to expect when visiting a Kwik Fit centre
Getting your tyres replaced needn’t be a hassle – here’s a run-down of what you can expect when you visit a Kwik Fit centre.
Everything you need to know about dashcams
With busier roads, motorists are increasingly taking an interest in dashcams. We spoke to Neil Whittle from RSA Motability to find out more about how they work.
Have you heard of AdBlue® technology?
AdBlue systems, which are increasingly fitted to the latest cars or Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs) with newer diesel engines, are designed to reduce harmful exhaust emissions.