If you are stuck without a clue of what to buy your car or bike loving relative or friend, wonder no further because IAM RoadSmart’s Advanced Driver Course and Advanced Rider Course is available to buy at a 10% discount until Christmas.
The advanced courses are administered by the UK’s biggest independent road safety charity and vouchers don’t have to be redeemed for 12 months. With the special offer you can buy the course for another person for £134 instead of the usual £149 until 20 December.
A £13m project is considering effective assembly procedures for ensuring appropriate quality and reliability for the electric vehicle battery packs of the future, writes Mike Farish in The Engineer.
If electric vehicles are to assume a central role there must be new more energy-intensive battery technologies and comprehensive recharging infrastructures together with state-of-the-art techniques for ensuring appropriate quality and reliability for the battery packs that will provide the vehicles with their power source.
Car leasing specialist, UK Carline, polled 1,000 drivers who own or lease a car in the UK, looking at how often Brits renew their cars and the reasons for getting rid of their old ones.
The research found that 20% of UK residents buy a new car because they’re bored of their old one and finances are a big factor when it comes to deciding on a new vehicle, with 43% of those surveyed buying a new car as a result of sky high repair bills.