Fleets and dealers are starting to develop a modern, online version of the traditional “motor trade knowledge” to buy and sell vehicles, reports epyx.
The development is the result of increasing use of more than one online channel over the last 2-3 years, meaning that there is greater awareness of the strengths of each platform for different types and ages of vehicles.
After a number of years of rapidly climbing motor insurance prices, premiums are showing some signs of plateauing.
However, comparethemarket.com estimates that consumers are still overpaying potentially by more than £2 billion a year through automatically renewing their policies.
As the annual abstinence month – Go Sober for October – kicks off, insurethebox data shows that young drivers are 6.5 times more at risk of an accident as a result of drink driving than someone in their 40s.
And it’s not just about leaving the car behind on a night out – statistics show that the majority of drink driving penalties happen the morning after.
Four major supermarkets around Frankfurt have begun installing fast chargers for customers’ electric cars.
The initiative between Mitte and Fastned systems is seen as the forerunner for nationwide charging as the ev fleet expands and UK supermarkets are expected to follow this example.