Cardiff issued 55,669 parking tickets in the 12 months to last April, says Nationwide Cars.
It was ninth in a list of the top ten cities in the UK outside London with Birmingham top at 130,225 tickets.
MG dealer Nathaniel Car Sales of Bridgend offers outstanding customer handling skill.
It has won an MG national award for its work with customers and recorded bumper registrations.
UK car manufacturing fell 9.8% in October, with 15,255 fewer units produced compared with the same month a year ago, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
Production for the home market fell 12.1% in October – the fifth consecutive month of decline, with 24,246 cars destined for UK showrooms but overseas demand also dropped 9.3% last month although exports continued to account for the lion’s share of output taking 82.7% of all cars produced.
Three quarters of UK automotive businesses fear a ‘no-deal’ Brexit will threaten their future viability, according to a new member survey announced by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
The results highlight the critical need for a Brexit withdrawal deal and transition to prevent the industry falling off the cliff-edge on March 29 when the UK leaves its largest and closest trading partner, the EU.
At the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders’ Annual Dinner the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Greg Clark MP, announced further support for the research and development of low carbon vehicle technologies in the UK.
It will make a grant investment of £25 million to build the future of two major UK automotive facilities, creating and safeguarding a total of 1,750 UK-jobs in the automotive industry.
Only 27% of UK residents believe driverless cars will lead to fewer accidents on the roads, despite 90% of accidents being caused by human error, reveals research by AXA.
Just a third of the 2,000 respondents said they would be better for the environment, while just a quarter said they would improve safety for pedestrians while a study found that 71% believe fully autonomous vehicles are already on the market, even though the government aren’t aiming for them to be on our roads for several years, so adding to confusion.
Europe should end carbon emissions from transport by 2050, the European Commission said today in a new long-term climate strategy welcomed by federation of transport NGOs Transport & Environment (T&E).
Moving away from oil in transport means avoiding catastrophic climate change and gaining cleaner air, energy independence and greater competitiveness and national governments should support the EU’s ambition and make Europe the world’s leader on climate, said T&E.
The Mini celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2019.
The original Mini ranked fourth in a poll of British design icons has won the hearts of many millions across the globe for six decades and now, the Birmingham-built classic is the inspiration for a new series of arresting pop art-style art works launched by world-leading art agency, Thomas Crown Art which can be viewed here.
Car dealers are businesses HMRC is looking at as part of its money laundering clampdown.
A special unit of tax investigators has secured higher fines and penalties from businesses it has found contravening laws designed to stop criminals processing cash through legitimate businesses.