Parking restrictions, busy streets and complex road systems have pushed many city-dwelling motorists out of their cars and on to public transport. But driving the right kind of car can make urban commutes far more pleasant. The following top 10 best city cars are fuel-efficient, stylish and compact – crucial criteria for city driving.
Despite the fact we in Britain are virtually guaranteed some kind of snowfall each winter, the soft white stuff still takes many of us by surprise, as it recently did over the past couple of weeks. But there are precautions and actions drivers can take in order to reduce any risks – to themselves, other road users and pedestrians. There are also some valuable pieces of advice for staying in co...
The demise of diesel cars has been predicted by UK car industry bosses, with the increased take-up of electric cars.
Over the next five years investment in battery electric car technology will rise dramatically, according to 93 per cent of car chiefs. 62 per cent believe that diesel technology will become less important to car makers.
2016 was a monumental year for the global car industry, with a host of new technologies taking big leaps towards the mainstream.
Transportation affects every aspect of our lives, so the direction of the car industry is of great importance to us all.
Autonomous car tech from the likes of Google and Apple continues to develop, while Tesla's forthcoming Model 3 may put electric cars within the reach of millions;
For those considering either an electric motorcycle or an electric bike, Monday Motorbikes' M-1 could be the perfect alternative.
There are many electric cars, motorbikes and scooters currently on the market, but nothing quite like the M-1. Similar to an electric moped, this machine also gives you the option of good old-fashioned manual cycling.
The company behind the product was previously called the Bolt M-1 when it was launched on Indiegogo in 2015, but has since been rebranded the M-1.
Finally, Google has branded its self-driving car unit: Waymo is a self-contained entity spun out from the tech firm’s Alphabet holding firm.
The unit’s chief executive, John Krafcik, spoke about the new name at an event in San Francisco on Tuesday, calling Waymo a “new way forward in mobility”.