The road to recovery

The harsh reality of the Covid crisis for the UK’s £18.6 billion automotive sector is laid bare by a new member survey from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders

Car making slumps

UK car manufacturing output fell -95.4% in May with just 5,314 vehicles rolling off production lines, according to figures just released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers

Road deaths rise

Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is urging the UK government to put in place a comprehensive new focus on road safety.

Silverstone set to swing

The annual Silverstone Classic (31 July – 2 August) is renowned for its roster of retro races and equally loved for its array of family entertainment.

On track at Silverstone

Competitors revving up for the milestone 2020 Silverstone Classic (31 July-2 August) are being offered an invitation to attend an exclusive preview day.

Make do - and mend

There is a repair revolution gathering pace in Buckinghamshire, and the county council is encouraging people to take part in the county's Repair Cafés - and maybe even start

Climbing profits

The Kop Hill Climb committee has announced that The 2019 10th Anniversary Kop Hill Climb raised £106,000 for local good causes and projects.

A breathalyser in your car?

More than two thirds of motorists support plans by the EU to fit breathalysers into all new cars within the next three years, according to a survey by Motorpoint.

Gear up for Silverstone

Tickets for next summer’s special 30th anniversary Silverstone Classic go on sale on Friday 25 October with significant Super Early Bird savings for all those booking in 2019. For those buying their

Taxi crackdown

A  joint operation to enforce taxi safety has been undertaken by Aylesbury Vale District Council Taxi Licensing team and Thames Valley police.As a result, two private hire vehicles were suspended

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