Digicars : Cars of The Future

London’s chargers: a shake-up on the way

The number of charging points for electric cars is ever-growing. Car dealerships, motorway service stations, supermarkets and kerbside parking bays all have them. But of course, they’re only ever any good if they’re working. And, in London – where most of them are –...

How do electric cars work?

Pretty much like most other motor-driven, electrical devices, actually. Most have more in common with, say, washing machines, than they do with cars relying on conventional petrol or diesel power. While a fossil-fuelled vehicle depends on electricity and plumbing to...

Driverless cars on UK roads: why worry?

When, thanks to an open-minded approach to traffic laws, ‘driverless’ cars first turn a wheel on to the UK’s public roads next January will they be, erm, ‘driverless’? In the fullest understanding of the word, no. While Google has in development a vehicle that has no...
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