Android smartphones across the globe are repeatedly crashing without explanation. The infuriating glitch has impacted people with Google Pixel, Samsung, and Motorola handsets, although it’s possible that other brands have also been affected by the baffling new bug. When the glitch happens,
According to GOV.UK, cars first used before 1 August 1998 do not need to be fitted with a type approved towing bar. However modern cars must meet EU regulations designated for the vehicle you are using. Experts say drivers can find precise weights
Android smartphones across the globe are repeatedly crashing without explanation. The infuriating glitch has impacted people with Google Pixel, Samsung, and Motorola handsets, although it’s possible that other brands have also been affected by the baffling new bug. The issue appears to
Drivers risk being hit with hefty fines and even penalty points on their licence for failing to use caravans or motorhomes safely. The move comes after experts are concerned about a possible surge in staycation holidays due to international travel quarantine rules.
David Bond, spokesperson at classic car insurance specialist Footman James predicts classic cars could be used in “different ways” after the 2030 petrol and diesel car ban. Meanwhile, the next year could be difficult for classic car owners with the launch of
Apple showcased how iMac and other desktop machines will now be eligible for AirPlay, so you can throw a video from your iPhone to the 24-inch screen to watch on a bigger display with improved speakers. Mac owners will also be able
Transport catering group SSP admitted revenues for the six months to the end of March had crashed. They were down 78.9 per cent to £256.7million, which in turn sent its pre-tax losses widening, from £34.3million to £299.7million. The group does not expect business to
Apple says it has seen an increase in the number of people using the Breathe app. In response to that increased demand, Apple has updated the animations within the app and added the ability to “Reflect”, so you can take a moment
A leading metal expert who works with police forces across the UK has told Express.co.uk electric cables and EV batteries will soon be at risk. It comes as global demand for parts inside the cars has soared in recent months, sparking interest from criminals.
Instead, non-compliant HGV’s buses and coaches will be charged £50 per day to use the roads. Meanwhile, taxis and private hire vehicles which do not meet emissions standards will be charged £10 per day. Newcastle Private cars will also be exempt from