Archive for March, 2010
A review of how the country’s transport system deals with bad weather is set to be undertaken, the government has revealed.
It will be conducted in two phases, with the first considering how the forthcoming winter is dealt with and the second addressing a more long-term strategy.
Transport secretary Andrew Adonis commented: "For the most part our [...]
There has been a rise in the number of people going online to buy used cars, according to new figures.
Autoquake.com found that the number of buyers considering making a purchase at an online car salvage auction, for example, increased by 14 per cent over the last three years.
The website’s chief executive officer Dermot Haplin said: [...]
With the car scrappage scheme coming to an end, Nissan is continuing to offer drivers the chance to trade-in their vehicles.
A minimum £2,000 trade-in will be offered against any British-built Nissan model which is over seven years old.
This marks an improvement on its previous scheme, where only vehicles over eight years of age could be [...]
With many motorists likely to be embarking on an Easter break over the coming days, it is as important as ever to perform tyre checks.
This is the latest advice issued by Protyre, which said that long journeys put added pressure on vehicles and make them more prone to failures.
Potholes are still a reality on many [...]
It is likely that people looking to buy salvage cars will have improved access to credit over the coming months, research has shown.
A new survey conducted by Findlay Media in association with Deloitte discovered that 62 per cent of manufacturers expect to see an improvement over the next 12 months.
Of those questioned, 63 per cent [...]