Archive for July, 2010
Last Saturday saw the launch of Team Silk Road Traders, Andy Ginns and Guy Cockin, on their intrepid journey from Goodwood to Ulan Bator in Mongolia as part of the Mongol Rally. Guy and Andy found their perfect sponsor partner in the form of online salvage auction site Bluecycle, who provided the Team with a [...]
The coalition government has been accused of shying away from investment that is vital to the development of greener car technology by a leading motor expert.
Ben Lane, managing director of WhatGreenCar, claimed that the government had back-tracked from what it had initially committed for the cause of manufacturing vehicles which have a lower rate [...]
Salvaged car drivers who indulge in a spot or two of motor repairing will gain from attending the National Restoration Show.
Packed with rare car parts and all the modern tools, car enthusiasts will no doubt pick some valuable advice and tips while mingling in the crowds.
Those who are involved in long-time projects of restoring [...]
A brand new innovation in bearings is set to revolutionise power steering in electric vehicles (EPS).
Developed by motor specialists Nexteer Automotive, the polyamide eccentric rack bearing claims better NVH performance than the yoke-styled bearings.
The innovation forms part of the experts’ consistent efforts towards helping manufacturers lower the carbon emission generated by their vehicles.
Fear over a steering-related problem has led Toyota to recall 348 units of the older Land Cruiser Amazon model.
The Japanese auto manufacturer announced that the defect is only likely to be encountered in a small number of cars.
Buyers looking to buy a used Land Cruiser Amazon should check whether the salvaged car was manufactured [...]