As cars such as the most recent Mercedes Benz GLE come equipped with a full augmented reality system, it is worth looking at a new way to look at the world outside your car.
The weather has taken a decidedly chilly turn and there can be no denying that winter is now well on its way, which means you need to make sure you’re
Everything about winter can affect your car and your safety, so it’s important to prepare your car for whatever the cold, darker months throw at us.
If you do have any issues with your windscreen you would certainly be wise to make sure you have them checked and sorted out sooner rather than later.
A Freedom of Information request for DVSA has revealed that millions of motorists are taking to the roads without a valid MOT.
Ian McIntosh, CEO of the UK’s largest driving school, said the business received more than 37,000 enquiries since the start of July—a record high.
Research conducted by Halfords Autocentres, which is predicting that demand for MOTs will spike by 85 per cent in October.
Could the positioning of your satnav on the windscreen be a distraction, and potentially blocking our view of the road?
The Highway Code states that windows and windscreens in cars have to be kept clean and free from obstructions in order to ensure that you can see out properly.
Car incidents have risen by 35%, perhaps in large part because so many drivers are out of practice because of having been at home so much during lockdown.
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