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Gareth Herincx

Gareth is a versatile journalist, copywriter and digital editor who's worked across the media in newspapers, magazines, TV, teletext, radio and online. After long stints at the BBC, GMTV and ITV, he now specialises in motoring.

Milk & More’s electrifying float fleet

Milk & More's StreetScooter

Milk & More, Britain’s largest milk delivery service is rolling out its quietest and most environmentally friendly delivery vehicles to date, following its purchase of 200 electric StreetScooters. The £6.5 million investment is part of Milk & More’s strategy to secure the future of the much-loved British milkman and makes …

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Millennials are leading the charge for electric cars

Charging a Renault Zoe

More than eight out of 10 people (82%) claim they would consider buying an electric car, according to new research. The international study, conducted by vehicle history checker hpi, probed people’s perceptions, knowledge and concerns regarding electric vehicles (EVs). Millennials are the keenest age group to make an environmental change, …

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Getting to grips with Goodyear’s new SUV tyre

Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 SUV on a Range Rover Velar

Tyres are one of the most misunderstood and least appreciated components of a car. Surprisingly, considering they are the only part of a car that is in contact with the road, they are often known as a “stress purchase” – usually driven by necessity rather than desire. Yet your choice …

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Production milestone for McLaren Automotive

McLaren Automotive 15000th car - 570S Spider

McLaren Automotive’s 15,000th car has rolled off the production line at the company’s HQ in Woking, Surrey. Just seven years after production first began at the state-of-the-art McLaren Production Centre, the milestone comes less than 18 months after the manufacture of the 10,000th car, demonstrating growth in customer demand and …

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Volkswagen Arteon review

Volkswagen Arteon Elegance

We drive the rakish new Volkswagen Arteon – a stunner billed as an “avant garde sport turismo”… What is it? Sitting above the Passat in the VW range, the spacious Arteon boasts a dramatic fastback design. You could say its rivals include everything from the Skoda Superb and Vauxhall Insignia …

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Milestone for iconic VW California camper van

VW California camper van 100,000 celebration

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is celebrating the production of the 100,000 California camper van at its Hannover-Limmer site in Germany. The milestone vehicle was a California Ocean (2.0 TSI) with 4MOTION, 7-speed DSG, two-tone Candy White/Starlight Blue Metallic paintwork with matching dark blue pop-up roof sides and awning, cycle rack, navigation …

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Revealed: the time it takes to choose a new car

New 18 plate car

UK drivers spend some 42 hours deciding on their next car – and around a third of that time is now spent on choosing the right kind of finance, according to new research. The survey from AA Cars, the AA’s used car website, found that despite advances such as online …

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Meet Harry and Meghan’s unique Jaguar E-type

Prince Harry's Jaguar E-Type Zero

This very special Jaguar E-type was the star car of the Royal Wedding day. Read on for the inside story… Newlyweds HRHs the Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose to drive to their reception in a Jaguar E-Type Zero – a one-off modern electric version of the iconic 1960s’ sports …

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Drivers confused about new MOT rules

Car servicing

  Half of motorists are confused by the new MOT rules, new research from the RAC suggests. While the new MOT test will still produce a pass or fail outcome, three new categories of fault types have been introduced – two of which result in a failed test (‘dangerous’ and …

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Pope’s Lamborghini raises £714,317 for charity

Pope Francis signs special Lamborghini Huracan

A 2018 Lamborghini Huracán, gifted by Automobili Lamborghini to His Holiness Pope Francis, has sold for  €809,375 (£714,317). The one-off supercar more than doubled its estimates (€250k-€350k) in a frantic bidding war at RM Sotheby’s biannual Monaco auction staged at the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique. Offered without reserve, all …

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