Vale of Glamorgan Council is the most negligent in Wales.
It has paid out over £1.1M to claimants for injuries and losses including motor claims for damages, a fifth of the total for Welsh councils of £5.4M which includes vehicle damages amounting to £2.37M.
Transport Minister Edwina Hart has launched a consultation on extending Blue Badge eligibility for temporary conditions and streamlining the assessment process.
The proposed changes to the Blue Badge Scheme, which provides parking concessions to people with disabilities in Wales, come from a wide ranging review by the Task and Finish Group set-up to consider improvements to the scheme.
Fuel stations are not passing on the full saving of diesel price cuts on the wholesale market, says the RAC.
While welcoming the latest cut on forecourts RAC’s Simon Williams said it could have come sooner and by more and the organisation expects another 2p cut inside two weeks.
Mercedes and Opel officials will next week face a French panel looking into the industry in the wake of the Volkswagen Group emissions scandal.
Ford may also be called to give evidence in future.
Renault will return to Iran now that international sanctions have been lifted.
It halted production in Iran when sanctions came in and its now looking for a JV partner.
TVR says carbon fibre construction options will be available when their new car goes on sale in the coming months.
TVR will offer a lightweight carbon fibre composite structure to feature on its latest full-production model, thanks to the revolutionary techniques of design legend Gordon Murray, and has confirmed that its initial limited edition production run of cars will feature carbon construction as standard.