Will the ULEZ expansion cause a resurgence of classic cars on London’s roads? In an effort to cut back on the country’s greenhouse gas emissions 78% by 2035 compared to 1990 levels, the UK government has put certain practices in place to help reach this goal. One of which is the expansion of the Ultra Low Emission […]
Is it all doom and gloom for classic car owners as we see the introduction of E10 fuel in the UK? As many car owners in the UK would have heard or read about, the UK government has announced the introduction of E10-grade fuel starting this month. It comes into effect in the hopes […]
How Covid has created a wave of career changes It’s been a year of ups and downs, particularly in the job market. Many of us have had to reflect on a tumultuous year and swallow perhaps a few hard pills, what with furlough and unfortunately many businesses having to let go members of staff. […]
Watt is it about car electrification and how do we recruit for the job in hand? In last month’s blog we discussed who will be the next generation of classic car mechanics and the importance of apprenticeships in this specialist field. Something else we touched upon is how the popularity of electrification across the motor industry […]
Are we losing the mastery behind classic car restoration before our very eyes? Something we touched on in one of our previous blogs is how quickly the automotive industry is changing in order to keep up with customer demands. Ten years ago restomods were barely on the scene, neither was the conversation around the […]
Performance degradation is a problem we face on a daily basis. We could put effort to make the application blazing fast, but we soon end up where we started. It’s happening because of new features being added and the fact that we sometimes don’t have a second thought on packages that we constantly add and update.
The joys of being a classic car owner, no really It starts off as a dream. Born from a passion for the heritage, design and of a time we’ll never be able to fully experience. For some, that dream becomes a reality and the joy that comes with it is something hard to describe, […]
What a year in lockdown can teach us about the classic car community No, this isn’t another lockdown recruitment blog on LinkedIn where I’m teaching you to suck eggs. However, in the last 12 months, looking at specialist automotive recruitment and the industry as a whole, I think we’ve all come a long way […]