The last few years have seen Korean cars become more popular. Indeed, the motoring industry has dished out high praise to the models that have fuelled this boost. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports on one such car – the Hyundai i30 Tourer.
The Peugeot Partner is the middle child in the French company’s van line-up, sitting above the little Bipper and the slightly larger Expert. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
This Boxer has been around the block a few times, and in 2016 it received the new Euro6 compliant engines to help it pull punches out on the road. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
The stunning Kia Stinger, an elegant gran turismo, is now in full production and goes on sale in Britain this week priced from £31,995. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay has driven it, so here he is with the details.
From keeping sheep under control, to not flashing or honking in an intimidating fashion and not being foggy on the rules for lights, knowing The Highway Code ensures drivers are not facing potential fines, penalty points on their licence or even disqualification.
Kia has announced a range of upgrades to the Sorento, the company’s seven-seat flagship SUV. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, went to Korea, the home of Kia, to find out more.
Kia products have topped the nomination list for the World Car of the Year Awards with six nominations for its newly launched products around the world. Motoring Journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
Vauxhall’s all-new Insignia Grand Sport has been named ‘Family Car of the Year’ at the 2017 Scottish Car of the Year Awards. The D-sector favourite, now in its second generation, picked up the award in the highly-competitive Family Car of the Year category, beating a number of crossover cars that have dominated the segment recently. […]
Despite an allocation of over £900 million in 2016 to the maintenance of roads in the UK, claims analysis from Warranty Direct and data from the Annual Local Authority Road Maintenance (ALARM) survey suggests the road network in Britain is still well below standard. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
Not long ago, French brand, Citroen, decided it needed to break into the upmarket territories occupied by the likes of Audi, Mercedes, and Jaguar. It wanted to put a French twist on the luxury car segment, and to do this its shed the ‘Citroen’ name altogether and launched ‘DS’ out into the ocean of premium products to see if it can hold its own. Motoring Journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
New research reveals that almost three quarters of a million British grandparents are driving their grandchildren around without following correct safety procedures. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
Drivers begin to develop bad habits just two weeks after passing their test, according to research. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
Road safety organisation, GEM Motoring Assist, has welcomed the announcement from the Ministry of Justice to increase the maximum sentence for motorists who have caused death by dangerous driving. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
The average Brit spends the equivalent of almost two weeks of their life LOST, it has emerged. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay reports.
With a cold weather warning sweeping the nation, now is the right time for drivers to pay particular attention to tyre safety for the coming wintry months. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
Motorists will shed a tear in their car 33 times, explode into 81 fits of road rage and join in on 112 Wayne’s World-style sing-alongs in the course of their lifetime on the road, a study found. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, takes up the story.
Road Safety body, GEM Motoring Assist, is urging the British government to put children’s safety first and agree to adopt Single/Double British Summertime (SDST). Our motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
Fears over emissions, scrappage schemes, and bans are failing to deter British drivers from diesel vehicles. Motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
UK drivers are going to great lengths to evade fundamental motoring manoeuvres which learners are required to carry out to pass their driving tests, according to research. Our motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.
Motorists are advised to keep their vehicle software up to date with manufacturer recalls to help prevent the rising trend of key code hacking. Our motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, reports.