Car enthusiasts have a new release to look forward to. American manufacturer Ford will soon be launching one of the most anticipated hybrid models in the market: the new Ford C Max Hybrid. It is expected that this model will be available in the North American market towards the end of 2012. European motorists will have to wait until 2013 to enjoy the chance of driving this exceptional model.
The Ford C Max Hybrid has been touted as one of the most fuel efficient cars in the market, and according to specialist reviewers, it is on a par with the Toyota Prius V. In fact, some reviewers affirm that the new Ford could even overtake the Read more
Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson was in trouble again this year for describing the Isle of Sheppey in Kent as a giant caravan site, but he’s more than well known for bemoaning the amount of caravans being driven on the roads and the desperation of getting stuck behind one.
Caravan towers aside, which drivers or actions make other motorists fume? Research by a UK broker unsurprisingly found anything that compromised your own space or safety to be the most annoying, listing tailgating, cutting up or lack of indication amongst the worst offences. In fact, a quarter of those who responded put not indicating top of the list.
These days, we hear quite a bit about why we should all buy hybrid cars. With so many different green initiatives going on, this is probably the one that garners the most attention, so it stands to reason that there are some serious benefits to the idea of more people driving hybrids. Once you make the decision to switch, purchasing your hybrid car is easy enough – you can simply pick one you like, set up a Aviva multi car insurance policy, and start driving your new car. However, before you make the decision, you need to fully understand the various benefits of hybrid cars, so that you have a true feel for why exactly you’re making the change. So without further ado, here are some of the main benefits of driving a hybrid car: