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The Best UK Car Blog 2018 Winners

There’s a lot of great automotive news sites and car review blogs out there that are worth checking out! But how can you know which are the absolute best automotive sites with so many on offer? Well, that’s why we here at Glovebox Direct have pooled our knowledge to select our favourite UK car blogs of 2018. Don’t waste your time on second gear sites! Take a look at the list below:



FOXY Lady Drivers Club (

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FOXY Lady Drivers Club is the UK’s only motoring club for women, run on a not for profit basis. It was started by Sussex business woman Steph Savill who was determined to improve industry service levels for mums like her after her daughter had a bad garage experience. As well as an award-winning blog, member benefits include moneysaving deals, a network of vetted dealers, insurance services and friendly support when motoring gets stressful” – Steph Savill, Director, FOXY Lady Drivers Club



Take to the Road (

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Take to the Road is all about the passion for classic cars. We make films about cars with great stories and give owners the opportunity to share their love for their car. We also feature reports and highlights on some of the UK’s and Europe’s biggest and best classic car shows. Plus there’s lots of news and product reviews too. So if you are a classic car fan, Take to the Road is the place to visit.” – Niall Julian, Take to the Road



Car Buying Guru (

“Car Buying Guru is a hub of information for car buyers in the UK. Providing advice from experienced executives in the industry along with entertaining content about all the latest news in the motoring world.” – Gavin Cameron, co founder and Managing Director, Car Buying Guru



Motor-Vision (

“Managed and maintained by a team of enthusiasts, Motor-Vision features the very latest motoring news as well as coverage from some of the best automotive shows and events in the UK. Since 2017, we’ve also held the Motor-Vision Awards which is powered by our friends at Performance Direct Insurance. This is a unique motoring awards scheme that offers cash sponsorship of up to £20,000 to motoring enthusiasts with a motoring dream. In 2017, we helped our first Motor-Vision Award winners, ‘Dan & Dave,’ drive 12,500 miles from Chatteris, Cambridgeshire to Tokyo, Japan in a Toyota Yaris. 2018 was even bigger and better than ever, with hundreds of entries from all over the country.” – Matthew Collett, Editor in Chief, Motor Vision ( covers motoring topics ranging from car reviews, new models and motoring news. We also give comment on motoring subjects and trends in the motor market, including electric cars and the issues surrounding self-driving cars. There’s also the occasional motorsport feature.” – Ken McEwen,



Carwitter (

“Carwitter is a fully independent car news and review website. Our aim is to bring the professionalism and quality of larger outlets without any major funding. We pride ourselves on a strong brand, stunning imagery, unique stories and fresh angles on motoring content. Waffle free journalism is also key to us, straight to the point without the padding. This is why our main social media presence is based on Twitter.” – Adam Tudor-Lane, Owner & Editor, Carwitter (

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“ is the UK’s leading marketplace for car servicing and repairs. Our network of over 11,500 garages have already provided quotes to over 1.3million drivers across the UK. With millions of quotes generated on the platform, we have unrivalled visibility on the true cost of maintenance. Our articles hone in on the cost to own various vehicles based on the likeliness of repairs being needed and the likely cost of those repairs based on a drivers vehicle and location. Take a look at our blog to see the insights that we have revealed using our database.”



Ecurie (

“At Ecurie we celebrate the best in car culture and creativity. We explore everything from car design and builds, to events and gatherings, photography, film, art and graphic design, and of course we feature some truly iconic cars from both the road and track, past and present. I think where we differ from other car blogs is that we want Ecurie to feel like it’s been curated to show the most visually interesting content out there. We want it to be a visual experience foremost, supported by the story behind the feature. We’re still a relatively young brand and we hope in the coming years we can increase our audience and volume of content. 2019 will see us expand our site with the opening of the Ecurie shop featuring original wall art and eventually clothing.” – Kit Boothby, Creative Director / Editor



My Car Heaven (

“My Car Heaven is dedicated to showcasing, talking about and reviewing the most beautiful, cool, iconic and desirable cars, classic cars, supercars and hypercars.  We have several contributors, that are all passionate about cars.  If you are reading this, then no doubt you’ll should either own or desire a beautiful cool, iconic or desirable car, due to it’s beautiful looks, superb engineering, prestige of ownership or another personal reason. MyCarHeaven is where you can find information about the cars and associated cool stuff that really matters. We visit all the important car shows, taking pictures, videos and doing reviews, and where we can we also try to run competitions to give away complimentary tickets to these shows.  We give car advice, and write about all the car news that we’d categorise as “my car heaven”. There is something for everyone here.” – Will Wynn, Founder



Motor Verso (

Motor Verso is a consumer-focused website and we offer our opinion on everything car related helping customers to make educated decisions when making purchases. Motor Verso takes a heavily graphical approach, we spend a lot of time and energy photographing cars and accessories giving readers a real first-person look at what we’re testing.” – Paul Hadley



GMotors (

“From concepts to reality. Gmotors brings you the latest prototypes from the snowy Arctic Circle to new arrivals in the UK. – latest motoring news with a focus on UK market. – Andrew Baker, Editor



The Garage Blog (

“thegarageblog is all about life in the motor industry from the perspective of a garage owner at the frontline of a busy independent car repair business. All the content is original and written by myself, based on my daily experiences and actual events, occasionally commenting on current news items. We aim to take the mystery out of the car repair and service business and share the secrets of how to avoid being ripped-off.” – David Goodman, Managing Director, The Garage Blog



Daily Car Blog (

dailycarblog covers car news and car reviews. We also feature off-the-wall opinions such as The Worst Car of The Week, lookalikes. Jeremiah Clarkson provides the odd in your face commentary, both social, economic and cars. However, as motoring journalists, we see ourselves as a bunch of pirates sailing the automotive landscape and raiding what is seen as a genteel and privileged profession. We tried to do the respectability, be part of the industry so to speak, but didn’t really fit in. So we went in our own direction, the Quartermaster turned pirate.” – James Kirby, Content Manager, Daily Car Blog



Car Blog (

“Car Blog is all about the latest motoring news as it directly applies to UK motorists. Our blogs are focused for UK drivers so we explain how UK insurance premiums are changing or what the new UK regulations are on child seats.” – Steve Napier, Car Blog


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