Articles tagged with: tyres-alloys
Michelin's latest "everyday" tyre, the Primacy 3, claims to beat the best of the rest…
Supercars shod with fresh Michelin rubber lapping hard around the Estoril F1 circuit. There is no better way to test tyres. Part 2
Supercars shod with fresh Michelin rubber lapping hard around the Estoril F1 circuit. There is no better way to test tyres
Michelin's new top-end tyre, the Pilot Super Sport, gets some hardcore track-testing in Porsche 911s. And it's sticky. Really sticky!
A new report from Autoquake.com shows that many of us are forgeting to check the basics of tyres, brakes and oil, before we drive.
Drivers are facing a growing problem of being distracted at the wheel by the increasing number of gadgets in their cars, according to the RAC.
Motorists are apparently delaying the replacement of worn and defective tyres because of the continuing credit crunch, it was announced today.
Citroen has revealed the extent to which it has upgraded the new C4 range, adding more efficient engines and restyling the exterior and interior design.
Zircotec, an automotive coating specialist, has announced today that its new range of 13 coloured ceramic coatings are now available.
Citroen has revealed it will be debuting its new baby-MPV, the C3 Picasso, at next month's Paris Motor Show.
A survey commissioned by Protyre published today has shown that only 34 per cent of motorists always check their tyres, with another third never checking them at all.
A survey commissioned by Protyre has shown that motorists would willingly shun optional equipment such as satellite navigation in favour of fridges and in-car entertainment systems.
Meguiar's, a producer of car wax, has launched a new product it believes will lead the market in terms of quality.
Volvo has unveiled a new range of accessories for its fleet that are aimed at users with a more active lifestyle.
Electric car company, NICE, has reacted with anger at the news the City of London is considering scrapping its free parking scheme for electric vehicles.
British motorists could collectively be wasting more than £1 billion a year by failing to keep an eye on their tyre pressure.