A new top of the range MG3 Style+ is now available until 30 June for an initial deposit of just £189, followed by 60 monthly payments of £189.
The impressive finance offer launched by MG Motor UK is interest free, with no balloon payment at the end of the agreement and the MG3 Style+ features an upgraded interior that now comes with a leather trim as standard,16” ‘Diamond’ alloy wheels, cruise control, automatic lights and windscreen wipers, as well as reverse parking sensors.
ŠKODA customers are the happiest car owners in Britain, according to the UK’s largest independent automotive customer satisfaction survey, Driver Power.
The brand secured an incredible gold rush of awards in the Driver Power 2017 New Car Survey with the Superb and Yeti proving to be the star performers, taking first and second place in the overall Car of the Year ranking.
Motorcycle insurers Ageas, Bennetts, Bikesure and Carole Nash are all offering free commuter cover to leisure riders, so that they can ride to work during national Ride to Work Week from Monday 19 to 23 June.
Ride to Work Week campaign manager Stevie Muir said, “Around two-thirds of motorcyclists only opt for social and domestic cover and so are missing out on the huge benefits of commuting on their bikes. ”
Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is calling on drivers to try out the ‘two-second rule’ and ensure they’re not putting lives at risk by tailgating.
The advice comes amid concern that too many motorists are simply unaware of the distance they need to stop safely in an emergency.
Improving skills makes driving safer and more enjoyable and IAM RoadSmart is offering hour-long taster sessions for fully qualified licence holders of any age.
The giveaway will continue until the end of September and follows a similar incentive for motorcyclists.
An automated driverless taxi system will be trialled in a Paris suburb and part of Normandy.
The system from Delphi Automotive will operate on fixed routes and work in conjunction with a smartphone through a remote command centre.
Apple will launch an app later this year which will tell i-Phone users if someone is driving and cannot be disturbed.
It has been welcomed by the RAC who added it would encourage motorists to make a pledge not to use hand-held phone while driving.