Following a relatively mild November so far, forecasters have warned that the cold weather coming in from the east might bring sleet and snow to parts of the UK.
With temperatures likely to drop below freezing, reaching as low as -2, in parts of country, Green Flag is predicting a staggering 44,800 breakdowns to occur in the run up to the weekend.
Indian ride-hailing business Ola has launched in South Wales and plans to spread nationwide.
The company will use the only app in Cardiff, Newport and the Vale of Glamorgan, to offer customers the option of private hire vehicles and taxis on one platform.
Bentley was too slow to ready its cars for Europe’s new WLTP testing regime, causing problems that were “close to catastrophic,” said CEO Adrian Hallmark.
Bentley lost €137 million in the first nine months compared with a small profit in the same period last year, according to the latest financial report from parent Volkswagen Group.
A quarter of British car owners don’t know the purpose of engine oil or what it does, according to Euro Car Parts.
In fact a staggering 49% don’t know what oil their car needs without checking their car’s handbook, and nearly two fifths (38%) also aren’t sure how often to check their car’s oil.
Nissan’s board unanimously voted to sack Chairman Carlos Ghosn over allegations of financial misconduct, after French partner Renault backed away from a last-minute demand to postpone the decision on their alliance leader’s fate.
That last minute change by Renault defused a potential diplomatic incident and saw Ghosn’s 20 years at the top come to a halt as he languishes in a Japanese detention centre.
Vauxhall is piloting a brand new Go Instore service that uses live video to bring the showroom experience to digital customers, via their computer, smartphone or tablet.
The new service allows customers to receive live interactive demonstrations and ask questions to the retailer sales team from the comfort of their own home or on the move.
The European car market continued to decline in October 2018, as 1.12 million vehicles were registered during the month, down 7.1% on the same time last year, said JATO analytics.
The industry continued to suffer the consequences of September’s results, when the introduction of WLTP and the lack of availability of non-homologated model versions caused the market to drop.