Vehicle Safety

New research reveals the extent of the UK...

Mar 08, 2019Comments off

Efforts to encourage commuters to shun their cars in favour of bikes is putting lives at risk, with new research revealing the alarming extent of

Countrywide convictions of part worn dealer...

Mar 07, 2019Comments off

Recent convictions of retailers across the country have once again highlighted the potential risks unsuspecting motorists take when buying part worn tyres. Cases in Scotland

Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Continental ...

Feb 28, 2019Comments off

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and the technology company Continental announced on February 25th 2019 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, a new platform, expected

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More new cars in the UK feature park assist...

Feb 28, 2019Comments off

Remote parking, automatic lane-keeping support, drowsiness detection: these are just some of the many features that buyers of new cars no longer want to do

Absolute Alignment fully stocked for Brexit

Feb 27, 2019Comments off

Absolute Alignment, the country’s leading supplier of the latest four wheel alignment technologies, has tripled stock levels over the last three months – in preparation

Auto industry reacts to European Parliament...

Feb 22, 2019Comments off

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) takes note of the European Parliament’s vote on the revision of the General Safety Regulation, which mandates the safety

Aggregate Industries to roll out “fail-sa...

Feb 18, 2019Comments off

Aggregate Industries has praised the Michelin Tyre Pressure Management System (TPMS) Light Fleet for boosting safety and reinforcing its duty of care to drivers, with

Britain’s MOT failure hotspots revealed a...

Feb 18, 2019Comments off

MOT Failure Hotspots The Royal Burgh of Kirkcaldy is the MoT failure capital of the UK, according Government data analysis by consumer champion HonestJohn.co.uk. The Scottish

MEPs back new vehicle safety standards

Jan 14, 2019Comments off

The European Parliament’s transport committee has voted to approve a new package of mandatory minimum vehicle safety standards, bringing its implementation a step closer. In

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