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Here you will find a wide range of articles covering the latest news, features, car reviews and much more from across the automotive industry. With contributions from Money4yourMotors staff and some of our key partners. All views expressed are those of the article's author and do not necessarily represent those of Money4yourMotors.

Nissan’s Navara tackles beach plastic pollution *New

by Helen Jackson |
posted 18 June 2018

Nissan’s Navara tackles beach plastic pollution

Nissan’s toughest pickup, Nissan Navara, features in a new film to mark World Oceans Day 2018. This film is to celebrate UK community heroes tackling beach plastic pollution. Read More...


Collection of rare classic car parts to go under the hammer *New

by Helen Jackson |
posted 14 June 2018

Collection of rare classic car parts to go under the hammer

In an amazing “container find” in the South of England COYS, the International Car auctioneers, have uncovered an astonishing collection of rare classic car parts. Read More...


‘Part Worn = Part Safe’ says TyreSafe *New

by Helen Jackson |
posted 13 June 2018

‘Part Worn = Part Safe’ says TyreSafe

‘Part Worn = Part Safe’ is the message TyreSafe is sharing with Britain’s motorists as it launches its latest video, Fit & Hope. The impactful video highlights the frightening, but all too commonplace safety issues part worn tyres may have when they are sold to unsuspecting members of the public. Read More...


Survey says British drivers are baffled on foreign roads *New

by Helen Jackson |
posted 12 June 2018

Survey says British drivers are baffled on foreign roads

Brits are left baffled when driving around the continent, as four in five struggle to correctly identify foreign road signs whilst driving abroad, according to a new study. The study was commissioned by easyJet and Europcar and revealed that out of the 2,000 British motorists asked, many are baffled when driving abroad. Read More...


A push to further improve air quality in London

by Helen Jackson |
posted 11 June 2018

A push to further improve air quality in London

In October last year, London brought in the T-Charge in an attempt to improve the capital city’s air quality. With drivers of cars who breached the emissions standard paying the £10 charge between Monday and Friday, 7 am – 6 pm. Read More...


Kia is the automotive partner of FIFA World Cup Russia

by Helen Jackson |
posted 08 June 2018

Kia is the automotive partner of FIFA World Cup Russia

Having supplied 424 vehicles to assist the FIFA World Cup, Kia Motors is the official automotive partner of FIFA. The company want the world to see their ongoing support and passion for the world’s most popular football tournament. Read More...


Car review roundup: reviews for Nissan, Lexus & Citroen

by Helen Jackson |
posted 06 June 2018

Car review roundup: reviews for Nissan, Lexus & Citroen

If you’ve missed our latest car review video uploads from our YouTube channel, check them out below. The latest videos include the Nissan LEAF, Lexus NX and Citroen C4 Cactus. Read More...


Learner drivers are now allowed to take to our motorways

by Helen Jackson |
posted 05 June 2018

Learner drivers are now allowed to take to our motorways

It was on Monday 4 June 2018 that learner drivers were allowed to take motorway driving lessons with an approved driving instructor. The DVLA are offering these reminders. Read More...


A 15,000 milestone for McLaren Automotive

by Helen Jackson |
posted 04 June 2018

A 15,000 milestone for McLaren Automotive

McLaren Automotive has just celebrated the manufacture of its 15,000th car at the McLaren Production Centre in Woking, Surrey. This is just seven years after production first began. The 15,000th car is a 570S Spider in Curacao Blue from the company’s Sports Series family. This represents a further significant milestone for the British sportscar and supercar brand. It comes less than 18 months after the 10,000th car was completed in December 2016. Read More...


Two-thirds of motorists are concerned about smart motorways

A survey by GEM Motoring Assist has shown that two-thirds of motorists are concerned about safety on smart motorways. More than 2,500 people were surveyed during March and the main concern, expressed by 51 percent, was of breaking down with no access to a hard shoulder. Read More...