Motorists who take out a fully comprehensive insurance policy in December are paying a lot more than those who insure their vehicle two months later.
Shopping bills could surge by up to 10% if the UK crashed out of the EU, Bank of England boss Mark Carney has warned.
The number of cars with false mileages on the road has hit 2.3 million, leading an organisation of councils to call for a ban on mileage-correction tools.
A professional lorry driver whose wide load held up rush hour traffic in Fife has appeared in court.
Autonomous vehicle trials serving London and Edinburgh have received a funding boost from the Government as the UK ramps up its self-driving ambitions.
Three autonomous vehicle projects are set to receive backing from a share of a £25 million government fund on Thursday, as the UK edges closer to making self-driving cars a reality.
It is sad news and a shock to the workers, but the closure of the Michelin plant in Dundee is just the beginning of a revolution.
I can’t quite remember how old I was when I first went out cycling on roads by myself, without an adult, but I was definitely less than 12 as I used to cycle the mile from my home to Invergowrie Primary School every day.
Voice commands and tech have a long-standing romance with humorous misunderstandings, but if said malfunctions were applied to your vehicle things might turn from funny to chaotic pretty quickly.
Driver caught behind the wheel so drunk he couldn’t stand up – after attending Tayside alcohol meeting
A motorist who drove home from an alcohol counselling meeting while he was seven times over the limit has been jailed for eight months.