Cardiff has come tenth in a list of the best UK cities for electric vehicles.
Looking at charging points, costs, population and power outputs of points, Forbes Advisor put the Welsh capital alongside Brighton but they are a long way below top ranked Sunderland and Coventry.
The cost of car insurance has increased by £64 year on year, according to the latest figures from comparethemarket.com.
Insurance costs have risen as some providers hiked prices after the new FCA regulations were introduced at the start of the month to protect loyal customers from cut-price deals to win new business.
In a repeat of their double success last year, the Volvo XC40 and XC60 have again collected class honours in the Company Car Today CCT100 Awards.
For the XC40, it is the fourth year in succession that the model has won the Premium Crossover title and as in 2021, the mid-size XC60 collected the award for Premium SUV.
It has consistently been a UK best seller so it’s not surprising the Ford Focus has a claim to fame as the most scrapped model in 2021.
The Scrap Car Comparison site says 29,525 Focus cars were crushed, compared to 22,143 Vauxhall Astra models and its stablemate Corsa came in third at 21,717 cars while Ford badged models were the most sent to the scrap yard with over 76,000 meeting their end last year.
UK drivers are being urged to educate themselves on the laws around driving with their dogs, or face fines of up to £5,000 – as well as potentially having to retake their driving test.
Used car buying service, Choose My Car, has warned canine owners to check the latest regulations before taking a road trip with their furry friends and The Dog’s Trust suggests that more than 60% of drivers don’t believe that driving with an unrestrained pet is dangerous.