The Mobility Roadshow 26-28 May at Silverstone will include a free conference regarding older drivers on Friday 27 May.
Age UK, in conjunction with The Forum of Mobility Centres and Mobility Choice, charity organiser’s of The Mobility Roadshow, would like to invite all consumers, trade representatives and healthcare professionals interested in driving options and future opportunities for older people to a series of informative sessions have been arranged to take place during the day discussing driving challenges and mobility choices.
Jaguar Land Rover aims to increase the number of ex-service men and women employed across its global operations to 1000 by 2020 – a five-fold increase on recruitment since 2013.
This news came as the UK’s largest vehicle manufacturer welcomed the start of the 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida.
Controlled Power Technologies has partnered with Ricardo, Tata Motors European Technical Centre and Provector, to apply its low voltage electric motor technology to the rear driveline of a B-segment city car.
The investment will help introduce advanced mild hybrid functionality to mainstream vehicles cutting about £1,000 from the cost of high voltage plug-in hybrid or pure electric vehicles.
A massive three-year programme has been initiated in America to cope with an estimated 40 Million faulty air bags supplied by Takata.
The U.S. Transportation Department and Takata confirmed that automakers will recall another 35 million to 40 million air bag inflators assembled by the Japanese manufacturer by 2019 and the latest expansion will add to the more than 50 million airbags recalled to date.