• 14, February, 2018 01:48:32

      Smart Motorways

    Smart MotorwaysAccording to Highways England, congestion on our motorways costs an estimated £2 billion pounds a year with 25% of the cost being a result of incidents on our major road networks. The enforcement of smart motorways is set to cut congestion creating economic benefits across the country. The technology behind smart motorways has been meticulously designed to ease congestion and increase the reliability and efficiency of our motorways. The system is controlled and monitored through the use of cameras and other intel which is relayed directly to regional traffic control centres, allowing real-time updates for road users. Monitoring congestion ...
  • 22, December, 2017 03:48:39

      Key-less Car Crime

    Criminal Convenience As technology develops within the automotive industry and the demand for convenience drives today's car market, key-less entry systems have been a natural progression for manufacturers. However, the convenience doesn’t come without it’s downfalls, with the most prominent being the ease of access to vehicles by a new wave of tech savvy criminals. What is Key-less Entry Hacking?Many videos circulating online have seen thieves working together to gain entry to a vehicle within minutes without any forced entry or damage. But how do they do it?Radio transmitters are the most common tool used to commit the relay attacks that are ...
  • 31, October, 2017 12:44:45

      Going Away or Driving Home for Christmas?

    Going Away or Driving Home for Christmas? Make sure you have everything you need for your journey this festive season. Whether long distance or short distance there are a few things that can make your journey easier. Here is our guide to getting from A to B this Winter.Travelling with Children? DVD’s and Games on the move can be a great way of keeping those back-seat passengers entertained. DVD Headrests are therefore a popular choice for family vehicles. With the option to have them matched to the interior of your car, you can get the factory fitted look and some peace and quiet! ...
  • 28, September, 2017 05:28:22

      Using Mobile Phones while driving... One year on.

    In September 2016, the government changed the legislation concerning the use of mobile phones at the wheel. The penalty increased from 3 points to 6 and a £200 fine, however it appears this still isn’t enough to deter a significant number of drivers who still tweet, text, snap and speak on their handheld devices. In a digital age, our phones have become more than a way to make and receive calls and messages. The introduction of artificial intelligence, the constant need to feel connected via social media and the accessibility to an abundance of apps, have transformed the way we ...
  • 16, August, 2017 12:52:25

      The Future of Britains Roads

    Electric, Autonomous and Flying Vehicles.                                   Although this may sound like a far-fetched ‘back to the future’ style prediction all of the above are more imminent than we could even imagine. It is widely known that the government have announced plans to ban the sale of all new petrol and diesel cars from 2040. Queue the introduction of fully Electric Vehicles and an increase in the current sale of hybrids. Although this has divided opinions amongst motorists and car enthusiasts, electric cars aren’t an entirely ...