Super Sellers of the World
Working out the best-selling cars – ever – in the countries of the world starts off pretty easy. In the UK, it’s most likely a ford – the Escort, or perhaps Cortina; maybe even the Focus. And somewhere around the world the Toyota Corolla is going to come up. Continue reading “World’s best selling cars” »
A couple of years ago I went to the Edinburgh Fringe. Rather than drive – I had heard about the horrors of parking, I took the train. It’s a long old haul, and three hours in I was pretty bored. Then I went to a different era.
Suddenly, I was just there, beside the longest beach I had ever seen. Miles of it. Offshore, tankers sat idly in the distance and little Islands – many of them ransacked by Vikings a millennium ago – resting on the waves. A beautiful town…
I decided there and then that one day I would drive that route, and I have, and now I tell the tale.
Continue reading “Summer Land – Forgotten Britain” »
Anybody looking for an entertaining day out, perhaps over the Easter holidays with the family, could do far worse than paying a visit to the British Motor Museum, which is just off Junction 12 of the M40, close to Banbury. Continue reading “The Home Of Motoring” »
The windy season is on us with a vengeance. There is nothing worse than the feeling in the pit of your stomach as your car gets buffeted sideways by a sudden gust. Continue reading “Winter is coming – Part Three: Wind” »
With the inclement weather turning late summer into a windy and wet tempest, there are a lot of unpleasant road conditions hitting the UK highways.
Continue reading “Winter is coming – Part Two: Floods” »