Todays featured product:

MaxGEE Stay Dry



£7.59 (Inc VAT)
MaxGEE Stay Dry
Restore waterproof fabrics, spray on, and leave or heat activate.
Perfect for ski wear or outdoor clothing
Applies a breatheable waterproof layer to fabrics.
Resulting treated garment repels water and protects you from the elements for longer

For best results, wash garment with MaxGEE ProWash prior to treatment. Shake bottle well, apply to a wet or damp garment, spray evenly from a distance of 10cm to 15cm, until the garment is thoroughly soaked, spreading with a damp cloth if required. If garment allows, tumble dry on hlaf heat for a quicker finish, or allow to drip dry naturally.

500ml


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Electric cars: who to bless and who to blame on the road ahead | Letters
Mike Hawes on industry action, Zofia Dymitr on charge points for electric cars, and Robin Morris on claims of ‘no toxic filth’ being emittedYour editorial (13 September) accuses motor manufacturers of inaction on electric cars. This is based neither on evidence nor on understanding of the decades it takes to develop such technologies.Industry is committed to a zero-emission future and is investing heavily in electrified and other technologies. But while it can deliver the technology, it can’t determine the pace of uptake. Increasing consumer confidence, addressing infrastructure accessibility and overcoming range anxiety are vital. As with any new technology, this is expensive, so long-term government support will be essential. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-09-16 16:29:18

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Electric cars: who to bless and who to blame on the road ahead | Letters

Mike Hawes on industry action, Zofia Dymitr on charge points for electric cars, and Robin Morris on claims of ‘no toxic filth’ being emittedYour editorial (13 September) accuses motor manufacturers of inaction on electric cars. This is based neither on evidence nor on understanding of the decades it takes to develop such technologies.Industry is committed to a zero-emission future and is investing heavily in electrified and other technologies. But while it can deliver the technology, it can’t determine the pace of uptake. Increasing consumer confidence, addressing infrastructure accessibility and overcoming range anxiety are vital. As with any new technology, this is expensive, so long-term government support will be essential. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-09-16 16:29:18

Kalashnikov CV-1 electric car: ‘It looks like a 6th-form school project’ | Martin Love

The manufacturer famous for its machine gun has turned its attention to making electric cars. Will it go with a bang?Kalashnikov CV-1 electric carRange 218 miles 0-62mph 6 seconds Production date and price unconfirmedFor almost 70 years, Kalashnikov has been associated with only one thing: its fearsome AK-47 assault rifle. But that might be about to change. Last month, at a trade fair outside Moscow, the arms manufacturer unveiled the CV-1: an ‘electric super car’ with which it intends to compete with Elon Musk’s Tesla – or even Nissan’s world-beating Leaf. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-09-16 06:00:18

The Guardian view on electric cars: stopped by industry inaction | Editorial

Ministers must accept that the market won’t deliver technological change on its own. They will need to get the state involved to meet environmental and social objectivesThe end of the internal combustion engine, which for more than a century changed the way we lived in Britain, is nigh. No one but the motor industry thinks this dirty technology ought to survive. The refusal to accept reality is exacting a high price: Britain will miss its legally binding carbon emissions targets because transport, unlike all other parts of the economy, is not doing enough to curb the growth in emissions. There’s something shameful about an industry that was caught lying about how clean and efficient its cars were now seeming reluctant to purge itself of an outmoded technology that contributes not only to climate change but is also behind the deadly concentrations of pollutants responsible for 40,000 early deaths in the UK each year.There is a way out: rapid advances in battery technology mean that ... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-09-12 18:36:17

GM recalls 230,000 crossover SUVs and sedans over brake issue

General Motors said Tuesday that it will recall 230,000 vehicles to fix a problem with their brake systems that could affect their stopping distances. The recall covers certain examples of 2018 and 2019 model year Buick LaCrosse sedans, Cadillac XTS sedans, Chevrolet Cruze, Impala, and Malibu sedans, Chevrolet Bolt EV electric cars, and GMC...... [more]
www.thecarconnection.com : 2018-09-12 11:00:00

Škoda Vision RS Concept: interior design sketches and video

Following the first preview, Škoda has released new interior design details on the concept car that will make its debut at the 2018 Paris motor show in October.... [more]
feedproxy.google.com : 2018-09-11 10:53:52

Few automakers reported on self-driving car safety to White House

Despite requests from the White House to voluntarily outline a strategy and provide data on self-driving car efforts on public roads, few automakers and tech companies have complied. As The Detroit News reported Monday, only General Motors, Ford, and Google-owned Waymo have submitted reports. The dozens of other companies testing autonomous car...... [more]
www.thecarconnection.com : 2018-09-10 15:35:00

Green number plates ‘could boost sales of electric cars’ in UK

Behavioural insights unit proposes new colour for registration plates to help ‘normalise the idea of clean vehicles’Electric and other ultra-low emission cars, vans and taxis could be given special green number plates to boost awareness and increase the use of environmentally “clean” driving.Green plates are already used in Norway, Canada and China on green vehicles including electric and hydrogen cars, making them both distinct and visible to other road others. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-09-09 09:30:51

Mazda Mazda3

It's rumored that a redesigned model, inspired by the Kai compact hatchback concept that was shown during the 2017 Tokyo motor show, could make its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November. STAGE: Redesign in 2019... [more]
feedproxy.google.com : 2018-08-31 20:56:49

London boroughs to impose ultra-low emission zones

All but the cleanest vehicles to be banned from nine streets in Islington and HackneyTwo London councils are to ban all but the cleanest vehicles from some areas at peak times to help tackle the city’s air pollution crisis.In the UK’s first scheme of its kind, only ultra-low emission vehicles such as electric cars, e-bikes, and the newest hybrids and hydrogen vehicles will be allowed on nine streets in Hackney and Islington from 7am-10am and 4pm-7pm on weekdays. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-08-28 18:02:04

Toyota-Uber tie-up, Monterey's record-breakers, Classic electric cars: What's New @ The Car Connection

Toyota to invest $500M in Uber, will add self-driving Sienna minivans to fleet Toyota and Uber on Monday announced that they will work together on self-driving car development in an effort to put purpose-built autonomous Toyota Sienna minivans in the ride-share firm's fleet in 2021. App all-stars: The 10 best vehicles for Uber and Lyft drivers If...... [more]
www.thecarconnection.com : 2018-08-28 15:30:00


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