That'll stop the emergency calls! RAC launches device that will warn motorists of faults BEFORE their car breaks downThe RAC Advance transmits data about a car before and after every journeyIf car breaks down it will automatically alert recovery team with informationTiny black box is size of a matchbox and works using car's computer system By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 18:53 GMT, 10 March 2013 | UPDATED: 19:01 GMT, 10 March 2013 The RAC is to launch a device that will warn motorists about faults in their cars before they break down. The matchbox-sized device, called the RAC Advance, transmits data about the car before and after every journey by slotting slots into a car's computer system. The automated system means that drivers then receive a phone call, text or email telling them there's a fault with their car.
The family estate that's as fast as a Ferrari: Audi unveils new five-door which can go at speeds of up to 190mph Faster than a Porsche 911 and can do 0-60mph in just 3.9secondsFamily estate still has room for five people and luggage space in the bootRoad safety charity says no car should be able to drive so fast | UPDATED: 21:52 GMT, 5 December 2012 German car manufacturer has sparked criticism with its new estate car that, with a top speed of 189mph, is as fast as a Ferrari. With its huge amount of boot space and plush interior, the new Audi RS6 Avant estate car looks best suited for a family getaway.