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Driving efficiency

on Apr 25, 2022

Fuel prices have increased dramatically over the last few months, with an increase in the UK of around 20p per-litre compared to this time last year, adding to the very real threat of fuel poverty for many.You don’t need us to tell you that factors...

New Rules for 2022?

on Jan 27, 2022

In our last post we took a look at a few of the changes that are making their way into the Highway Code this year. But it’s not all about the Code; there are some big changes planned that may – or may not – be heading our way covering a range o...

Cracking the Code

on Jan 11, 2022

If you’re a UK resident or driver, the Highway Code needs no introduction. Unsurprising, perhaps, given that it was first published 91 years ago, and has been a necessary part of every UK learner driver’s homework for close to a century.Published...

Boxing clever

on Nov 2, 2021

Let’s be honest, 2021 hasn’t been a year for celebration (you don’t need us to fill-in the details), but there are some very notable anniversaries to celebrate this year. Did you know the Jaguar C-Type is 70 years old? And the E-Type only a dec...

Last month saw the sad loss of another good friend of Veloce Publishing, and a true great from the world of motoring and auto journalism, Graham Robson, who died peacefully on 5 August at his home in Dorset.Graham lived only a short drive along the c...

 This month, we have broken a personal record that's guaranteed to put a smile on the grille of Veloce readers …Our rolling programme of reprints has been in operation for some time now, although the Covid pandemic and Brexit has meant that th...

During the pandemic, so many things that were once normal have become rare or even vanished. Car shows, meets, races and more have all felt the force of social distancing and mitigation measures. Fortunately, things are now a little better, with more...