Cardiff is a hot spot for car thieves.
The Welsh capital has generated some of the highest tweets from owners asking for users to look out for their car and it’s in the UK top ten at fifth, according to the analysis by Scrap Car Comparison, and ranking just behind Athens but is worse than Rome and London.
Online used car disruptor Carzam was more than £2.4m in debt when it called in administrators, newly published documents reveal.
Carzam was placed into voluntary receivership on 1 June and a report and statement of proposals uploaded to Companies House on 29 July by Evelyn Partners show its ‘estimated total deficiency’ was £2.439m.
Final figures for 2020 released by the Department for Transport estimate a total of 6,480 people were killed or injured in drink drive accidents, compared with 7,800 in 2019.
Around 6% of all road casualties involved a drunk driver and there were 220 deaths as a result, but the decline is thought to be down to fewer people about during the Covid lockdowns.
Chinese power company Nio will open a plant in Hungary.
It will produce systems to swop batteries in electric vehicles, notably cvs, as the Continent switches from ICE to zero carbon batteries over coming years.
Dorothy, HS2’s whopping 2000-tonne custom-made tunnel boring machine, has completed her first tunnel breakthrough along the London to Birmingham route after 8 months underground.
This is the first of 64 miles of intricate tunnels set to make up Europe’s largest infrastructure project costing £96 Billion.