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CAR MOT TESTING DEADLINES TO BE EXTENDED DUE TO COVID-19

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced new rules in the wake of the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. As many people will be self-isolating, the DVSA has decided to grant an extension for those due to take their MOT test (an annual vehicle road-worthiness, safety and emissions test). Drivers of cars, vans and […]

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DOES A NEW EXHAUST REALLY INCREASE ENGINE POWER?

There’s many ways to add a little extra grunt to your car. The most common (and most effective) method is to remap the engine control unit (ECU) – this allows for serious increases in both horsepower and torque, but often costs a few hundred quid and usually voids your car’s warranty. Other common options include […]

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THIS MCLAREN-INSPIRED, PORSCHE-POWERED VW VAN IS THE ULTIMATE SLEEPER

For us petrolheads, there’s nothing more frustrating than to be stuck with a slow car. This is particularly a problem when you need to something big to carry your friends or family around in. So what are the alternatives? Yes you can fly up the spec sheet, picking the biggest engine available for your chosen […]

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THE NEW ELECTRIC MORRIS JE IS A STUNNING TRIBUTE TO AN OLD CLASSIC

UK-based engineering and manufacturing start-up, Morris Commercial has unveiled its all-new electric van, the Morris JE. This cutesy commercial vehicle pays a fitting tribute to the original Morris J-type – one of the most iconic vans in British history. In 1948 the Morris J-type was unveiled. It was used by many different types of businesses […]

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WHY DO WE GET SO ANGRY ON THE ROAD?

Almost every driver has experienced some kind of road rage in their lives. Road rage can vary from a brief exchange of hand gestures, to full blown fighting or even coming under violent attack. A worrying three in ten people have reported that they’ve been involved in an altercation or have been threatened in the […]