Category Archives: Technology

Jaguar, Solutions loans

Top 10 Most Anticipated Cars Of 2016

Apart from a house, there is no bigger purchase than a new car. While more than 2.6 million people in the UK bought a car fresh off the production line in 2015, the numbers for this year are expected to be even higher as a raft of highly anticipated new models and face-lifted versions of old favourites hit the market. Continue reading

DriveWrite Automotive, Audi A4, motoring blog

All Aboard The Audi A4 Express Train

It’s finally come to this. I have no complaints; no real criticisms. My mind is clear and not clouded by irritating grumbles. Sure, I can nitpick about the Audi A4 3.0L S-Line TDI quattro saloon I recently enjoyed for a week but when all is said and done, for me this car is near perfect. Some may not agree but our criteria for these things often varies. All I can say is that it was very hard to give it back. Very hard. Continue reading

Infiniti, Q30, DriveWrite Automotive, car blog, motoring blog

Infiniti Q30 – First Drive

Let’s get one thing straight from the outset. I am not going to do any ‘To infinity and beyond!’ jokes; I only went to Reading. So it was that, bright and early with the weather staying mercifully dry, I rolled up at the Infiniti premises in the aforementioned town to trial the new Infiniti Q30 Active Compact hatchback and cast a stern, discerning eye over the showroom stock. Continue reading

Audi, driving, DriveWrite Automotive, car blog, motoring blog

Driving To Reading With The Radio On

I went to Reading. Somebody has to. Miles and miles of meandering, mundane motorway culminating in a car crawl through roundabouts and traffic lights just trying to get into the outskirts of the town. I can’t imagine what the centre must be like. Fortunately I was in the surprisingly enjoyable Audi A4 3.0L TDI S-Line (still with me at the mo – reviewing next week) you see in the image so at least my peace of mind remained undisturbed. Or so I thought… Continue reading

Audi Q7, DriveWrite Automotive

Audi Q7 – Out And About

It has been some time since I drove the previous – and only – iteration of Audi’s flagship SUV and, although perfectly fine, it was even then starting to show its age. So the replacement Audi Q7 seen here in sporting S-Line Quattro form is welcome and it makes its predecessor seem like a potentate’s barge. It has been given a complete overhaul. My week with this car has been varied and weather affected yet the Q7 rose above it all to give a great all-round experience. Continue reading

MOT, DriveWrite Automotive, public transport, car blog, motoring blog

Don’t Let Your Car Let You Down

Britain’s motorists are a put-upon bunch. A day doesn’t seem to go by without some new piece of malevolent legislation designed to create so much monetary, motoring misery that drivers will eventually give up their car and say, “Do you know what, I think I’ll take public transport instead”. Which is, of course, exactly what THEY want. Continue reading

floods, driving, FEV, DriveWrite Automotive, flood

Top Tips For Driving Through Flood Water

With all the terrible flooding parts of the UK have seen recently, comes endless flood images on social media and the news showing stranded cars. Naturally a portion of the vehicles you see in these pictures have been swept away, or were parked before the water arrived and there is very little that can be done in these cases. Continue reading

Range Rover Sport: Out And About

I usually hate snow. As lovely and white and virginal as it might appear on the surface, it has an underlying dark side which makes driving unpleasant and arduous. I don’t want it on my patch, it’s as simple as that; except of course when my ride is the magnificent Range Rover Sport you see in the images. When I heard that the Sport was booked it was like the sound of music to my ears. The cold white stuff would be a welcome distraction. Continue reading

DVLA, DriveWrite Automotive

The DVLA – And All Who Sail In Her.

As we know, the sensible thinking behind the phrase “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” rarely applies to anything any government does at any given time. Usually and disingenuously they like to tell us that changes are for our own good yet in reality this rarely seems to be the case. Continue reading