Wales 5-miles guidance on travel during the lockdown ends today.
In a bid to help tourism, self-contained accommodation can reopen but not hotels or guest houses and only takeaways and restaurants with outside dining can operate at the moment in Wales before restricted opening of pubs and clubs is allowed.
The Financial Conduct Authority in Britain is proposing an October extension to the payments’ holiday or freeze for car schemes.
Thousands of motorists have taken advantage of the scheme to postpone payments to ease their finances, but the action will still be noted in their credit records and may affect future loans and interest rates.
Daimler is closing a French factory which makes its city Smart car.
The move will cost it multi-millions of Euros but is part of a major restructuring by the company in the face of falling car sales and it will instead rely on making them in China under a new deal with Geely.
Caravans, trailers and campers are increasingly being stolen by thieves.
Stay-cations have boosted their sales but criminals have been targeting them because they are often remotely parked and may not have the same anti-theft systems as cars.
Ferrari is talking to Formula One about holding the Italian team’s 1,000th grand prix at their own Mugello circuit, principal Mattia Binotto has stated.
This year’s F1 calendar has been ravaged by CV19 and the plan would be to use Mugello, which hosts bike races but never cars, after the Italian GP in September in a back to back schedule to make up for the lost rounds the H1 of 2020.