Archive for June, 2010
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has supported the recommendations made by the Committee on Climate Change.
According to the second report published by the committee, Britain should continue to lower its carbon emissions. Special efforts must also be adopted to encourage vehicle users to readily take up greener and more environmentally-friendly technologies, [...]
The role of the light commercial vehicle (LCV) market in assisting the wider British economy to emerge out the global economic downturn has been brought into the limelight through the publication of a new study.
Complied by Professor Peter Cooke at the Buckingham University Centre for Automotive Management, the report highlights how the analysis if used [...]
BMW has produced half of all engine classes at the 2010 International Engine of the Year Awards.
More than 50 awards have been collected by the car manufacturer in the decade since the award ceremony’s inception in 1999.
Commenting on this latest achievement, BMW UK managing director Tim Abbott explained that engines are "at the very heart" [...]
More than half a million pounds worth of stolen vehicles has been recovered in operations to salvage cars undertaken by car security systems provider Tracker.
Just 12 months after launching Operation Semita in collaboration with crime prevention organisations, the beneficial impact of this tracking technology for insurers and car owners has been reflected in the recovery [...]
Euro NCAP is set to introduce a new initiative that will recommend specific safety technologies to customers alongside its existing five-star rating system.
The new eSafety Challenge will actively aim to guide consumer purchasing decisions by recommending technologies that have proved beneficial for saving lives and reducing injuries during tests.
Selected car manufacturers are set to be [...]