• Understanding “Garage-Speak”

    Understanding “Garage-Speak”

    More than half of drivers (56%) say they’ve been left struggling to understand the language used by garages when describing faults with cars and what needs to be done to fix them, new RAC Breakdown research shows. From odd terms like ‘big end’ (part of an engine) to acronyms such as AGM (a type of battery, not a meeting), DPF […]

  • Winter Offers From The Camping & Caravanning Club

    Winter Offers From The Camping & Caravanning Club

    The Camping and Caravanning Club will welcome campers through to the end of the year. Ten Club Sites in the UK will remain open until early January, while 16 more are open all year-round. Many of these Club Sites are also holding special events to help campers make the most of the festive period. Darren Whittington, Director of Operations, said: […]

  • Road Rage Fears Rising

    Road Rage Fears Rising

    Three in every 10 motorists (30%) say they have personally witnessed some form of physical abuse related to a driving incident in the past 12 months, research for the annual RAC Report on Motoring has found.* And, almost half of the 1,753 drivers surveyed for the study* – the equivalent of around 20m drivers – claim to have seen verbal […]

  • 100 Years Of The Caravan

    100 Years Of The Caravan

    The first production caravan (towed by a car instead of a horse) was made in the UK in 1919 Evocative photos from 1919 to 2019 show how cars, caravans and fashions have changed, but the key elements of a caravan holiday haven’t: enjoying quality time together, getting out in the great outdoors, exploring new places, and having the freedom of […]