When a member’s car became faulty after only a month since buying it used from a dealer, they turned to Which? Legal for help. Have you ever had issues with a used car’s warranty?
We’re investigating problems with car hire. Have you got a story to share? Our guest Nick Trend of the Telegraph explains more.
Have you ever had a Parking Charge Notice (PCN) that you felt was unfair? Do you know how to challenge or appeal it? We’ve rounded up and answered your questions.
The Department for Transport has today said that speed limiting tech, which will become mandatory for all vehicles sold in Europe from 2022, will apply to the UK. Do you support it?
Here’s how we helped a member get a refund after the second-hand car they bought broke down on the drive home.
Self-driving cars without a human behind the wheel will be allowed on UK roads from 2021, but are they a solution to our pothole problem?
We’ve covered DVLA scams before, but this one caught my eye due to how closely-tied it was to my real vehicle tax renewal. How did the scammers know?
When the lease on my car came up I decided to give the car-free life a try. Do you need one as much as you think you do? (more…)
A member received scam calls following a minor road mishap – here’s how to avoid falling into the scammer’s trap.
VW Group has finally issued the recall of 75,000 VW and Seat cars affected by a potentially lethal car seat belt fault. But what took them so long?
It seems many of us are so addicted to our phones we can’t even sit at a red light without giving in to the temptation. Have you spotted people on their phones while they should be driving?
Three years ago it emerged that VW was cheating on emissions tests by fitting ‘defeat devices’ to their diesel vehicles, unbeknown to consumers. Why has VW failed to pay any compensation to those affected in the UK, despite doing so in other countries?
Amid headlines of manufacturers cheating emission tests and the harmful effects of NOx on our health, is there any room left for a defence of diesel?
Domino’s Pizza has taken to repairing potholes in the US and branding the tarmac with its logo. How would you feel about the UK following suit in allowing private companies to fix our roads?