Supermarkets have slashed fuel prices and put pressure on petrol companies to reduce their own as a result of a strengthening pound.
RAC fuel spokesman Simon Williams said, “This is some very welcome relief for motorists who have suffered a 3p a litre rise in the average price of petrol since mid-August as a result of Storm Harvey hitting the US Gulf Coast and disrupting refineries and this latest cut from the supermarkets should force forecourt reductions across the country, hopefully bringing prices down by 2p a litre everywhere.
A 184bhp 2.0 litre turbo-petrol engine goes into the 134mph BMW X3 from December.
It’s “wrapped” in an acoustic blanket and comes with 8sp automatic transmission to boost economy and reduce noise.
Forward facing cameras to detect objects ahead and warn the driver will be standard in the Subaru Forester later this year.
It is the latest Subaru to get the advanced safety system along with DAB radio from under £29,000.
After supporting the installation of about 7,000 bikes in San Francisco, Ford is now backing the use of 3,200 pedal cycles in three German cities.
The scheme is part of the company’s bid to widen transport choices for its owners and the public.
Autoglass has become the supply partner of choice to the National Accident Repair Group network of body shop centres following the announcement of a relationship between the two companies.
The agreement went live at the start of this month and will see Autoglass providing both static and dynamic ADAS calibrations to the National network of over 300 centres, which replace windscreens containing sensors and cameras for automatic driving assist systems.
Leading classic car insurance specialist, Heritage, has teamed up with motoring expert Edd China to produce a series of films about keeping your historic vehicle roadworthy – and those who register to watch the films for free are in with a chance of bagging a hamper of goodies worth £800!
Edd China’s Classic Car Health Check is a series of seven short films and with pre-1960 vehicles already MOT exempt and the government’s pending decision regarding the rolling 40 year exemption, there’s no better time to learn more about keeping your classic car safe and secure.