Graham Hill’s Review Of A New Car And It’s French

Saturday, 6. August 2011

Hi, Graham Hill here, thank you so much for visiting my blog, I hope you learn a lot and as a result end up driving a great car. In order to do so you can get all the information you need by buying my book, An Insider Guide To Car Finance or use me to finance your next car. Happy driving.

I’m going to hate saying this but I’m a bit of a fan of Citroens. I know they’re French and they haven’t had the greatest of reputations over the years but also being French they are very comfy, something you appreciate more as you get older, and many of the cars look quite good fun. I like the DS range of cars because they look great and actually drive Read more

Graham Hill Not Inspired By New BMW

Thursday, 26. May 2011

My car review this week is the new BMW 4Series. We will see it in 2012 but I have to say I’m not particularly inspired. I’m a lover of BMW’s but after losing the plot with the X6 they’ve now set their sights on a mini looking version based on the 3 Series. It’s a 5Dr Coupe which I thought might be an exciting proposition but it isn’t a patch on the Mercedes E Read more

Auto Number Plate Recognition (APNR) Being Abused

Monday, 2. May 2011

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In a report prepared by Auto Express they have revealed that motorists should be aware of the ways that automatic number plate recognition (APNR) is now being used. We have become obsessed with cameras watching our every move, whatever we’re doing from driving to walking down the street, buying a bar of chocolate or catching a train. But Read more

New Technology To Protect Pedestrians At Crossing Lights

Friday, 16. July 2010

If you’ve ever had the misfortune of driving through the centre of London during rush hour you will appreciate that pedestrians are total loonies. They stream across traffic lights clearly believing that should they be hit by a car travelling at 10 miles per hour it wouldn’t hurt or they have mysterious clothing that is tougher than pressed steel with a tonne of material thrusting it forward controlled by a person with red Read more

Electric Cars – Good Idea? Boris Thinks So.

Sunday, 6. June 2010

Bonkers Boris is charging ahead with plans to build 25,000 recharging points for electric cars. This will attract 100,000 battery vehicles into the city. Now correct me if I’m wrong but I understood that there was a ‘Congestion’ charge, aimed at keeping cars out of London. It isn’t a ‘Stop London from getting smelly’ charge or a ‘Let’s reduce the emissions’ charge, it’s aim was to try to get everyone onto public transport Read more