Road Angel is on a mission to make Smart Motorways safer by introducing its new Lane Closure visual and verbal warning feature directly into the driver’s car.
The new feature is available across all Road Angel Pure devices which thanks to a strategic partnership with Transport England are connected to the smart motorway network delivering the most vital information directly into the driver’s car without distraction.
The previously best selling VW Golf has plunged out of Europe’s top ten, hit by labour disputes and chip-shortages.
It has been replaced by the Peugeot 2008, followed by the Renault Clio and Dacia Sandero.
Ford has pulled out of project to jointly develop a new electric pickup with Rivian.
The car giant will now follow its own plans in a very wide ranging ev programme for new models over the next few years.
All new residential buildings, businesses and shopping outlets will have to provide ev-charging points from next year.
It’s part of the UK Government’s plan to dramatically increase the power network to help it reach its zero carbon goal for transport.
Research from Scrap Car Comparison reveals that BMW owners are more likely to be psychopaths than drivers of any other brand of car, closely followed by Audi and Fiat drivers.
The research tasked 2,000 drivers of varying car makes and model to complete the ‘Psychopath Test’ – a twelve-question survey that is able to define where a person falls on the psychopathy scale, and therefore how likely they are to exhibit abnormal, anti-social behaviour and least likely were Skoda owners.
Engine idling is illegal under Section 42 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 which enforces Rule 123 of the Highway Code, which states: “You must not leave a vehicle’s engine running unnecessarily while that vehicle is stationary on a public road.”
Breaking this law can result in a £20 fixed-penalty fine, rising to £40 if not paid within the timeframe, and local councils may add an additional fine on top as in London, emission measures will escalate this fine to £80, CarMoney reminds motorists.
Nissan LEAF e+ has passed the comprehensive Green NCAP assessment securing the maximum five-star rating from the independent testing body.
Established to promote the development of cars that are clean, energy-efficient and kind to the environment, the industry-leading Green NCAP initiative awarded the LEAF e+ a string of exceptional scores across its three testing parameters, reinforcing the model’s extensive sustainability credentials.