The cabin of your car may be about to change forever, as some of the country's biggest insurance companies have finally agreed to accept footage from dashboard-mounted cameras as evidence of liability should a driver be involved in an accident.
According to the AA, the DVLA clamped more than 25,000 cars in the first quarter of 2015.
Few motorists can have failed to see the popularity of relaunched 'retro' takes on classic cars. So far the Mini, Fiat 500 and VW Beetle have all had the treatment.
According to figures just released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), the UK car industry has just enjoyed its best April in ten years as dealerships up and down the country saw sales of new cars jump by 5.1% to just over 186,000.
Diesel cars have had a mixed history. Decades ago, people bought diesels for three reasons. They were simpler and cheaper to service than the equivalent petrol car and they did more miles per gallon than a petrol car. Diesel fuel was also cheaper than petrol, which meant that running a diesel car was even less expensive than a petrol one.
Battery-powered electric vehicles may have improved dramatically in recent years, but ultimately they still succumb to the key issue of requiring lengthy recharge times and compromising their eco-friendliness as a result of the materials required to make the batteries themselves.
A new report from YouGov has looked at the common issue of damage being caused to cars during the process of parking. And perhaps unsurprisingly, it was people from the UK who came out on top in terms of cautiousness, indicating that British drivers are more careful than those elsewhere.