May 15, 2014
In a follow up today from one of our previous reports on the KX450F motorcross model from Kawasaki, we now take a look into one of that crosser's sibling motorcross machines..the KX 65. This model is all new on sale for 2014 and comes as a motorcross model and does share a lot of looks with the KX450F model. This model is said to be the perfect motorcross machine from Kawasaki for starting out on off road activities. From what we know of regarding the specs of the bike itself we believe if you're just starting out this could be the perfect machine for you and it comes in a cheap pri... - Read more
May 15, 2014
In a look today at a different aspect of the motorbike universe, we aim our attention at a line of motorcross models from Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki and it comes in the form of the all new KX450F model which has recently gone on sale here in the United Kingdom and across other parts of the world too. Kawasaki well known for their range of Ninja models and super sport machines look to make it big in the land of motorcross now with this particular model and judging by what we know so far, we believe that this model could prove to be an ideal rival going up against the likes of KTM in the ... - Read more
May 15, 2014
In some of the latest car release news today to make it's way out of the Japanese car brand known as Nissan, we are pleased to report on the grand launch of the all new Juke 1.5 DCI Diesel model which has recently gone on sale here in the Uk and across other parts of the world too. Over the past number of years Nissan have had many big sellers on their hands which include the likes of the Qashqai and of course the Juke. In the space of the last few years both models have received upgrades and fresh tweaks to them but the question is now wether this all new addition to the Juke line up c... - Read more
August 16, 2013
Drivers are being warned about a scam where criminals are flashing heir lights to allow other drivers out at junctions and are then crashing into them purposely. Experts in the industry are calling the scam flash for cash. These gangs are usually targetting newer and smarter vehicles as well as road users who appear to be more vulnerable, such as older people or women with children in their vehicle. This scam is costing insurance companies hundreds of millions of pounds each year.  This is a new tactic for a crime that is actually already established which is called crash for cash, ... - Read more
August 14, 2013
Recent research that has been brought to light suggests that a huge 98% of motorists in Britain fear that the government are not improving the safety on roads in the United Kingdom.  3,000 drivers were surveyed, 77% people said that they wanted practical and theory driving skills to be taught in our schools and 60% are sure that the fixed penalty fines for careless driving that are coming soon, will do absolutely nothing to benefit road safety.  In other news, the recent data also revealed that 55% of people would actually be willing to spend more on a vehicle... - Read more
August 14, 2013
Recent research that has been brought to light suggests that a huge 98% of motorists in Britain fear that the government are not improving the safety on roads in the United Kingdom.  3,000 drivers were surveyed, 77% people said that they wanted practical and theory driving skills to be taught in our schools and 60% are sure that the fixed penalty fines for careless driving that are coming soon, will do absolutely nothing to benefit road safety.  In other news, the recent data also revealed that 55% of people would actually be willing to spend more on a vehicl... - Read more
February 24, 2013
The new registration month of March 2013 will present a quite unique choice and opportunity for UK car buyers. The DVLA, in response to concerns over superstitious UK consumers worried about having the number 13 adorning their new vehicles, have allowed the buyers a choice. If the new vehicle buyer wishes they can avoid the 13 plate vehicle plate, and opt to take the vehicle on the current 62 plate instead. The move is warmly welcomed by the retail motor industry in the UK, as there may have been real concerns that consumers may have been put off getting a new vehicle at all, or face the in... - Read more