• July 10, 2015 - Sarah Lewis

    New research commissioned by Motors.co.uk has found that more than 98% of drivers forget their theory knowledge less than a year after they pass. Most shockingly, those who passed less than six months ago are the worst culprits, with 100% of participants in this category failing the test. The theory… Read More

  • August 5, 2014 - Sarah Lingard

    Motors.co.uk’s latest car selling trend data allows you to see at a glance the hottest selling makes and models in the used car market. July 2014 was an exciting month in terms of movement within our Top 10 “Hottest Cars” league table. Whilst the Ford Fiesta and Ford Focus held… Read More

  • April 4, 2014 - Stephen Jury

    New research from used car website Motors.co.uk has revealed what really makes car buyers tick when pondering over what car to purchase. 16 1 in 6 under 35’s (16%) prioritise in-car technology when thinking about making a car purchase The research of over 2,000 GB adults revealed that we could… Read More

  • October 28, 2013 - Stephen Jury

    New research from Motors.co.uk has revealed that under a third (32%) of Brits would welcome a ban against smoking in cars. 32 Smoking ban in cars tops European laws British motorists would like to see introduced in the UK. In a survey of over 2,000 Brits, conducted by YouGov, the… Read More

  • September 12, 2013 - Daljinder Nagra

    Driving on the continent can be a daunting task for the uninitiated motorist – using the wrong side of the road, unfamiliar customs and speed limits, and road signs in a foreign language all play their part to fluster the Brit behind the wheel abroad. However, there is one country… Read More

  • September 3, 2013 - Daljinder Nagra

    Acting as a taxi service for your children is a familiar occurrence for many parents, but some are still providing lifts for their offspring as they near their 30s, according to a survey conducted by insurance provider Allianz Your Cover. Worryingly, as a growing number of young adults are living… Read More

  • August 27, 2013 - Daljinder Nagra

      A total of £23 million pounds a year is spent on maintaining motorway communications technology An exclusive investigation by Motors.co.uk has revealed drivers pay little attention to advice on motorway Dot Matrix signs – despite them costing over £1.8 million a year to run. We conducted a YouGov poll… Read More

  • July 29, 2013 - Stephen Jury

    Motors.co.uk looks forward to the Premier League by selecting the perfect sports car counterpart for each team. In anticipation for the Barclays Premier League kick-off on Saturday 17th August, the people at Motors.co.uk have matched each team in this year’s league table with its perfect sports car equivalent. The list… Read More

  • June 17, 2013 - Dermot Kelleher

    Motorists favour digital radio and wireless connectivity capabilities as the most popular in-car gadgets, according to research from Motors.co.uk. Almost 2,000 UK motorists took part in a survey about in-car technology, which sought to discover the features consumers would look for in their next car purchase.   The survey, which… Read More

  • June 17, 2013 - Stephen Jury

    Almost 2,000 UK motorists took part in a survey about in-car technology, which sought to discover the features consumers would look for in their next car purchase. See above to see the Motors.co.uk "Most Desired" in-car technology infographic.  Please feel free to place this infographic on your website. <a href="http://www.motors.co.uk/news/statistics/in-car-technology-infographic"… Read More

  • May 17, 2013 - Stephen Jury

    Interesting infographic produced by creditplus.co.uk. This is a debating issue, who's the better driver? Men v Women. See the results below. 

  • March 25, 2013 - Sarah Lingard

    A study conducted by HPI suggests that women make more reasonable decisions when buying a used car, meaning that only 35% of women regret a used car purchase compared to 43% of men. When it comes to making such an important purchase, 51% of women are eager to ask the… Read More

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