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Many of the bigger manufacturers now offer something called a “digital service record” or “DSR”, which is proving to be much more reliable than a paper logbook.
The EU Block Exemption allows consumers to maintain their cars with independent service centres like Service4Service whilst in warranty with a manufacturer, which is of great value to new car owners who are looking to reduce their overall costs of owning a car.
To ensure the vehicles manufacturer warranty is fully protected, the independent service centre must fit genuine or manufacturer-approved quality parts, and adhere to the correct service schedule provided by the manufacturer for the vehicle.
As more and more consumers across the world become increasingly focused on emissions and general fuel economy in their day to day lives, are manufacturers guilty of manipulating efficiency tests?
Ford will be selling a car that can read road signs and adjust its speed to ensure the vehicle is not driving too fast. The system can be activated via the steering wheel and briefly overridden by pressing on the accelerator.
Kia has revealed its latest innovation with a ‘User-Centered Driver’ (UCD) concept that will change the way people drive.
Launched at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Kia have succeeded in leading the way to provide less distractions to drivers whilst on the road.
Though this is just a prototype at the moment, with no date set for production,
BMW Motorsport is testing the prototype of a conceptual driving system labelled “autonomous drifting” in the BMW M235i coupe, thats the sport version of the newly introduced BMW 2 series.
More and more Motoring manufacturers are beginning to turn to shows like CES, the Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas each year, to unveil their latest in car high-tech wizardry.
In 2014 we have seen the likes of BMW and their autonomous drifting technology, which involves the use of an array of lasers, cameras, maps and sensors. We’ve also