Manufacturers are pouring billions into advanced driver-assistance systems and cars are safer than they’ve ever been. But could heavy reliance on touchscreens put drivers at risk?
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The move to LEDs and even lasers has seen car headlights illuminate the road ahead better than ever before, helping to identify potential hazards at night. But are dazzlingly bright lights a danger to other road users?
The issue of fines, particularly for parking, has long been discussed on Which? Conversation. Our guest, Huw Merriman MP, explains his cross-party effort to stop double charging.
Do you know your rights when work on your vehicle take a turn for the worst? Here’s how we helped a member resolve their issue.
With London expanding its Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) this week, we’re interested in your views. How do you feel about these schemes?
Many of the UK’s petrol stations have run dry after a frenzy of panic buying over the last few days. Have you been affected by the situation?
If you’ve ever had cause to complain while learning to drive, we’d like to hear from you. Were you aware of the complaints process?
Fraudsters continue to use fake vehicle tax emails as a means to obtain sensitive information. Here are some examples to keep an eye out for.
Has your vehicle or bike been damaged by a pothole? If so, did you make a claim? Our guest, blogger Scott Dixon, talks through how to go about it.
With case reports increasing, catalytic converter theft appears to be a growing problem. Have you been a victim? We want to hear from you.
We need electric car charging infrastructure to change before it’s too late. Following our recent investigation, Citizens Advice gives us its view.
If a car doesn’t include features that should have been included as standard then it isn’t as described. Here’s how we helped a member get a replacement.
Our latest annual car survey has revealed seven cars that each have a single fault that’s so prolific, we think their manufacturers should recall them.
Ever been promised a refund, only to have the seller go back on their word? Here’s how we were able to use section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 to help.