• Recent Articles
  • Most Popular
  • Most Commented

Suzuki S-Cross productio ...

Suzuki has unveiled its Suzuki S-Cross production version for the Geneva motor show. The unnamed model, which Suzuki currently refers to as ‘all-new C-segment crossover’,...

Mercedes-Benz unveiling ...

Mercedes-Benz unveiled its A45 AMG ahead Geneva debut. Based on the A-Class platform, the car will get its power from a turbo-charged four-cylinder that is expected to make aro...

Lincoln MKX

New, industry-exclusive technologies and engaging design featuring world-class craftsmanship and materials further elevate the 2011 Lincoln MKX midsize luxury crossover. Leading...

The best car tools that ...

The holiday season is right around the corner and as a gift giver you may already be on the lookout for the best holiday deals for the special people in your life. Instead of ge...

Rent a Luxurious Car in ...

A car rental, hire car or rent a car are the services that rent automobiles for both long and short periods of time. Generally it ranges from a few hours to a few weeks. Car ren...

RC Watches Ltd

RC Watches are currently crowdfunding having secured a fantastic location just outside of London. We are crowdfunding like no company has before! To offer something back to our ...

How to go about getting ...

Now that you are heading for Las Vegas, perhaps for a thrilling experience on the strip of a much deserved get away, you would like to rent an awesome sports car to experience t...

Auto Logos

  • Hummer logo

    Hummer is the brand of sport utility vehicles (H2, H3, SUVs) and large off-road vehicles (H1), ma...

  • Bugatti Corporate Logo

    Milan-born Ettore Bugatti worked for other companies like Mathis and Deutz before he decided to o...

  • Chrysler logo

    Around 1929, the Roman fasces was adopted as the exclusive Chrysler Imperial logo. The fasces, an...

  • Honda Logo

    The exact year of the beginning of the Honda company is not known but they say it was some 58 yea...

  • Lamborghini Logo

    Automobile Lamborghini S.p.A, commonly referred to as Lamborghini, is the Italian manufacturer of...

  • Mitsubishi Motors Logo

    The Japanese conglomerate enjoys the sixth position among the world’s largest automakers and se...

Recent Posts

So it’s time for your first car MOT check and you would use some tips on how to pass it with certainty.
Follow the tips in the article below and learn some useful tips regarding your upcoming test.
Wash your car. If your car is dirty, the tester has the right to turn you down and refuse to perform the test. Read the rest of this entry

When it comes to buying luxury cars in the US, the definition varies. Not only between sales centers, but also from person to person.  This is because each individual has their own version of what luxury is to them. However, generally speaking, luxury cars featured in Haute Living are those that are priced at outstanding amounts, and this generally encompasses certain manufacturers. With vehicles so wide and varied these days, luxury can include an SUV, wagon, sports car, and a number of other types, such as a limousine. Of course, no luxury car is complete without all of the latest technology that is available today.

Read the rest of this entry

For decades upon decades we’ve been transfixed with motor vehicles and have viewed them as more than a necessity but rather a luxury item instead.

We’ve parted with our hard earned cash in exchange for various makes and models that caught our eye but at a certain point simply owning a vehicle wasn’t enough, we also wanted to change their appearance and indeed how they performed as well. Read the rest of this entry

On March 16th the practical driving test celebrated its 80th birthday and so we thought it would be a nice idea to look back at how the driving test has changed over the years.

The Road Traffic Act was implemented in 1934 and it was the introduction of this Act that led to the compulsory driving test in June 1935. Prior to this, driving tests were voluntary, as they didn’t think they would be able to cope with demand. Driving tests cost just 7 shillings and sixpence or 38p in today’s money and Mr J Beene is the man who goes down in history as being the first person to pass their driving test on March 16th all those years ago!

Driving test centres did not exist back in the early years and so test candidates would actually start their driving tests from public locations such as railway stations. Now, of course, there are designated driving test centres where driving instructors or family members can wait until the candidate has returned from test, but interestingly trials are under way to see whether driving tests could start again from public places. If successful, this would mean that more tests could start at the same time, as they wouldn’t be restricted on parking space at the test centre. It could even signal the end of the driving test centre in an attempt to cut costs. Read the rest of this entry

Page 4 of 62« First...23456101520...Last »