A New Shiny Website

Late last night we hooked our old website and replaced it with a brand new shiny replacement. Our new website is a project that’s been simmering on the back burner for a while now so it’s a fantastic feeling to actually see it up … Continued

A Driving Test Revolution

On the eve of the driving test’s eightieth birthday, the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has deemed it not fit for purpose. The IAM claims it fails to adequately assess a driver’s abilities across the three main problematic conditions to … Continued

The Tartan Tesla Rises

Cycling Scotland has today announced that Edinburgh is now the cycling capital of Scotland, with one in ten people (in certain parts of the capital) opting to cycle to work. The achievement is the latest in a run of green … Continued

Our Predictions for the Year

A lot of the time our blogs focus on the innovation and predictions of other organisations in the industry. Sometimes it’s futuristic transportation methods like jetpacks and Hyperloops. Okay, a lot of the time it’s futuristic transportation methods like jetpacks … Continued

An Uber Mac With Fries

When peer-to-peer file sharing service Napster was closed down in July 2001, many thought that would be the end to the story. However, Napster proved that it takes substantially more than a hefty injunction on your doorstep to keep an … Continued

Rise of the Ghost Car

In good news for fans of iRobot, the government has announced that “real world” tests of driverless cars can begin immediately on UK roads. Unfortunately this doesn’t mean we’ll be seeing unmanned cars floating along the M8 any time soon. … Continued

A Flurry of Speed Petitions

In the last few weeks there has been a flurry of petitions for and against speed limits up and down the country. Some say speed limits are unnecessary, some say they are too strict and some say the limits don’t … Continued

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