The Vauxhall scrappage scheme is back.
A £2,000 price cut is being offered for trade-ins before the end of June and deals also qualify for low rate finance.
The British old-banger could become a thing of the past as ambitious new drivers are now aspiring to opt for a brand new vehicle as their first car, according to motoring solicitor specialists, Motoring Offence Lawyers.
More than a third (38%) of drivers have opted to purchase new cars on finance once they have passed their driving tests, with economy was credited as the main reason for this as 32% believing newer cars are more fuel efficient than older cars.
Daimler is starting work on a future generation battery plant in Germany.
It’s the latest in a series of massive plants being developed by car and chemical companies around the world to power vehicles and provide storage units to power grids.
The AA is suggesting laws to tighten up on using dash-cam footage published on social media.
Unrestricted publication can imply fault where there is none and cause problems of innocent drivers and breach personal privacy.