Supercar club Auto Vivendi has added 12 new models to its collection in a week.
Among the newcomers are Ferrari SF90, McLaren Artura (above), Lamborghini Urus Performante and Morgan Super 3, with more Ferraris and a Maserati MC20 Cielo coming soon.
Over 27 million British drivers experience road rage at least once a month, mostly on the morning commute, reports iCompario business comparison site.
Tailgating is the biggest cause of rage and Nottingham is the worst place for it in Britain, Liverpool the calmest and Cardiff is third in the quiet category.
More learners are failing their tests because they are not ready and want to save tuition fees, according to Veygo specialist insurer.
James Armstrong, CEO of Veygo Insurance said, “With the average driving lesson now costing £35 per hour, and learner drivers needing around 45 hours of professional instruction to pass their tests, the cost of learning to drive is currently sitting around £1,575, nearly 5% of the average annual income for a UK household, introducing a huge cost and barrier to learning to drive for many across the country.”
The flagship Volvo EX90 introduction has been set back.
The company said it needs time to work on sophisticated software and test applications for the BEV model due to replace the XC90 and it will not come off assembly lines for about a year, some six months behind schedule.
Out of all the age groups, those 18 to 24 had the highest number of people who outright support ULEZ, with 43% believing they are good for the environment, according to a survey for DriveElectric.
Those aged 65 and older were the age group that had the most responses against ULEZ, with 21% responding that the zones don’t work. In comparison, just 7% of respondents aged 25-34 years believe that ULEZ don’t work, the lowest proportion of the age groups profiled and 74% of Cardiff motorists are opposed to ULEZ and charges.