I recently wrote a piece for the carwow blog all about driverless cars and what the newly announced testing really means for road users.
I went on Downforce Radio’s Here Come the Girls show. Listen to it here.
I did it. I bought an Abarth 500. I’m still feeling a bit giddy and smug about the whole thing so I won’t treat this as my official review of the car.
Unlike the insurance black box, these boxes don’t monitor your driving, their only purpose is to immobilise the car if a payment is missed. Not only is this an extra incentive to make payments on time but it also gives the finance companies the peace of mind.
I thought I’d abandon my F1 nest for just a moment to write a blog post I think you can all relate to.
I’m very aware that you all want to read about cars, look at cars, and occasionally hear me rant about things. You get this on Twitter but alongside talk of shoes and cats. For those of you who don’t want to hear about shoes and cats, head on over to the new Facebook page and click that like button.
It’s car launch season and no matter how many or few changes there are to the cars, I always find this exciting. The pictures below give you an idea of what the grid is going to look like in 2015 and it’s going to be colourful.
I’ve been ready for a new car for the last year and I was well aware that when the time came to hand over the Punto in part-exchange for something racier, it’d be hard.
Dodge celebrated its 100th birthday recently. Over this period Dodge has changed a lot. Check out the history of the car company here.
During the Autosport Show weekend, I had the chance to have a good play with a new Vauxhall Corsa.