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July 8, 2020

Hydrogen cars – a never-ending promise or a change on the horizon?

When you hear the term 'hydrogen car', you probably think of futuristic, state-of-the-art technology. That's not entirely true. The operating principle behind the fuel cell that powers today's hydrogen cars was invented in 1838 by Swiss scientist Christian Friedrich Schönbein, and NASA has been using the technology for manned space flight since the 1960s. But what's the current situation when it comes to using the technology – and in vehicles in particular?

June 21, 2020

The top 4 car safety features you can’t do without

Driver error is the critical factor in over 90% of vehicle-related crashes , and the biggest culprits are distraction and failing to recognise hazards. Many of today’s most promising Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technologies are designed to identify and react to potential hazards faster than a human can.

June 18, 2020

Is the ‘connected car’ the future of driving?

As the buzz around connected mobility continues to grow, we wanted to know; is the connected car the future of driving?

June 10, 2020

Make sure your car is ready for your holidays!

Your holidays will start as soon as you get in your car. For many people, this year's holiday may look a little different because of the current situation. However, short day trips closer to home can also be fun. Another benefit is that you can use your own car to get where you need to be. Here's how you can get your car ready for the summer!

June 10, 2020

Why your next company car will be an electric vehicle

In a sense, using electric vehicles is a matter of choice for a company. You make that choice for the planet. For future generations. But, most of all, for yourself. Together, let’s dismantle the recent clichés and unfounded prejudices which stir up fears and, as a result, are holding us back from fully moving towards electric cars. After that, one thing’s for sure: your next company car could well be an electric vehicle.

June 10, 2020

Avoid letting the battery in your electric run empty or charging it too far

Let's talk about discharging, charging and overcharging batteries.