The cost of running a car eats up 20% of a young driver’s annual take-home pay, according to analysis from Cuvva, the app-based pay-as-you-go car insurer.
Excluding the actual purchase price of the vehicle, the total cost of running a car for a UK driver aged 17-22 is £2,861 a year, 19.9% of the annual take-home pay of £14,402 for someone in this age group.
Truck platooning could save cost, congestion and carbon says the Freight Transport Association, after it was announced that a £8.1 million to fund a trial of platooning will be carried out in the UK.
Platooning works by linking a series of trucks travelling along a motorway through the latest driving systems, operators can move large quantities of goods at consistent speeds, lowering fuel consumption and C02 emissions.
Audi is making some significant boardroom changes.
It comes as parent VW Group is shuffling its management pack in the wake of manufacturing and sales issues around the world.
While British summertime conjures up images of Pimms, parties and the occasional shower, but it turns out we will rack up more time behind the wheel than anyone might have expect.
According to AA Tyres, Brits will spend almost twice as much time driving this summer (103 hours) than they will at the beach (54 hours) or having a picnic (57 hours) and durng the summer months will spend around four days in the car.