Archive: March, 2012

UK car production soars 23.5pc in February

Posted on 03/15/12 by Graham Ruddick

Car production grew by 23.5pc in the UK last month as the revival in the automotive sector accelerated, driven by companies such as Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan and Mini expanding in the country.

Read more

Report claims 11-year pothole backlog

Posted on 03/15/12 by David Millward

England is facing an 11-year backlog of potholes which will cost £10billion to repair following funding cuts, a survey has found.

Read more

The Queen’s cars on display at Goodwood

Posted on 03/14/12 by Chris Knapman

The Goodwood Festival of Speed will be home to an exceptional gathering of vehicles to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

Read more

Travel advice: How to minimise the risk when driving abroad

Posted on 03/14/12 by Telegraph Staff

A spate of recent fatal accidents abroad has put driving safety under the spotlight. So what can you do to reduce the risk? Here are ten key points to consider.

Read more

Do the driving test figures prove women can’t park as well as men?

Posted on 03/14/12 by James Kirkup

In the eternal war of the sexes, few battles are fought as ferociously as the one over who is better at parking.

Read more

Ski trip coach crash leaves at least 28 dead, including 22 children

Posted on 03/14/12 by Matthew Holehouse

Bus was carrying 52 passengers from a skiing holiday at Val d’Anniviers to Belgium when it struck a wall in motorway tunnel at around 9pm last night.

Read more

Ski trip coach crash leaves 28 dead

Posted on 03/14/12 by Matthew Holehouse

Twenty-eight people, including 22 children, returning from a skiing holiday die in bus accident in Sierre, in Swiss canton of Valais.

Read more

Top Gear vehicles on display

Posted on 03/14/12 by Chris Knapman

The off-road mobility scooters of Clarkson, Hammond and May join Top Gear exhibition.

Read more

Millionaire Italian playboy runs out of petrol in camouflage-patterned Ferrari 458

Posted on 03/13/12 by Nick Squires

A millionaire Italian playboy caused traffic chaos on a motorway when his 200,000 euro Ferrari supercar broke down after he forgot to fill it up with petrol.

Read more

Cutting roads repair budget will cost taxpayer more, MPs warn

Posted on 03/13/12 by David Millward

Motorists will have to spend more repairing their cars because cuts to road maintenance budgets will lead to more potholes, a committee of MPs has said

Read more
Page 5 of 11« First...34567...10...Last »