RAC launches device that will warn motorists of faults in cars before vehicles break down

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.

Audi unveils RS6 Avant, the world"s fastest estate car which can go at speeds of up to 190mph

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.