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    The ‘Corsa Cannibals’ a new crimewave sweeping the West Midlands

    Motorists are being cautioned of a new crime trend in which specific cars are targeted by professed 'Corsa Cannibals'. Thieves are alleged to be stripping bonnets from Vauxhall Corsas across the region - with the West Midlands now gripped by...

    M6 closed after lorry catches fire

    Motorists faced eight-mile long tailbacks and long delays lorry fire raged for four hours on the M6. The motorway was completely shut northbound between Junction 14, near Stafford, and 16 for Stoke North at around 3.15am today after the vehicle...

    Wireless Car Charging

    Next year’s Mercedes-Benz S-Class 500 E Electric Hybrid will be presenting motorists with wireless charging. This is good news for electric motorists who don’t want to fiddle with cables and plugs. All you have to do is drive over...

    Aston Martin Reveal DB11 Volante

    Aston Martin’s DB11 has received a new addition, the drop-top Volante version, powered exclusively by the AMG-sourced 4.0-litre turbocharged V8 engine. The new car is its sportiest open-top model yet, according to Aston. To ensure handling is as keen as...

    Are you down on the new Car Tax Rules?

    New DVLA car tax rules coming into effect in April could see motorists paying hundreds more on insurance rates. The former Chancellor George Osbourne brought forth the proposal two years ago with rules to reflect changes in emissions technology...

    Range Rover Celebrates Birthday with Special Historic Exhibition

    Range Rover is celebrating its 50th Anniversary since inception in 1967. In order to commemorate decades of being one of the premier car manufacturers, Jaguar created an interactive exhibition tracing the history of the vehicle. Regaling the ‘engineering story,’ the...

    Motorists Missing out on Cheaper Insurance with Fitted Dashcam

    Many insurers are failing to offer drivers cheaper car insurance for vehicles fitted with a dashcam. Dashcam sales are at an all-time high as more motorists install the recording devices in their cars that can settle disputes and supposedly drop...

    ‘Ethnic Penalty’ referred to Equality & Human Rights Commission for Investigation

    Campaigning law firm Thompsons Solicitors has submitted findings that strongly link high car insurance premiums to ethnicity to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) after the government indicated it would not take any action on the issue. The study...

    A New Innovative Ford GT

    From its 3.5 litre EcoBoost technology to its robust aerodynamics, the Ford GT is at the summit of all the calibre that Ford offers. It exudes the lust for innovation that is seen throughout Ford’s entire vehicle line up. Ford...

    Speed Cameras to Return in The Black Country

    Enforcement cameras have been successfully tested in Birmingham and Coventry and West Midlands Police chiefs are now keen to open talks with Black Country councils over the cameras. Sandwell and Walsall councils today also said they were considering the enforcement,...