It’s no secret that the entire family of British monarchs is constantly travelling with official and unofficial visits around the world. For each country, a certain car was chosen (in fact, some of them even travelled on yachts together with the Queen). It is not strange, because even Queen Elizabeth II in her younger years liked driving, and also during the Second World War was a military car mechanic.
Cars travelled with members of the royal family even to Czechoslovakia. It is worth noting that the royal family treats the choice of cars with special trepidation and stops only exclusive brands. It is about the history of the choice of vehicles by the royal family that we will talk about today.
As the national labour shortage threatens supplies of its poultry, a Driffield poultry business has injected some fun into its fleet of vehicles.
Soanes Poultry’s latest vehicle, a refrigerated Vauxhall Combo is fondly known as the ‘vanbassador’ took to the road last week after being expertly wrapped by Scarborough signwriting business, Don French Signs.
A driver training school, where the pupils can be up to seven years away from being able to take their driving test, has given more than 2,500 lessons at its Beverley venue.
Young Driver, which is the UK’s largest pre-17 driver education programme, aims to create a safer next generation of motorists and has been running at the Defence School of Transport in Leconfield near Beverley since July 2018.
Keeping children entertained over the school holidays can be difficult – but families in East Yorkshire can let their children aged 10 and over have a go at driving a real car this half term holiday, thanks to a scheme which aims to create a safer next generation of drivers.
Young Driver, the UK’s largest provider of pre-17 driving tuition, will be running an event on Tuesday 29th October at the Defence School of Transport at Leconfield, offering those aged 10-17 the opportunity to learn how to drive.
A driver training course which allows 10-year olds to get behind the wheel has launched in East Yorkshire for the first time.
Young Driver, which provides driving lessons for 10-17 year olds, is running events at The Defence School of Transport in Leconfield. The scheme will be taking over the school’s driver training area on select weekend dates across the year.
Local retailer, Evans Halshaw with locations in Hull and Beverley, is celebrating this week as one of the most-loved cars produced in the UK, the Vauxhall Astra, comes off the Vauxhall production line for the four millionth time.
The iconic vehicle, which was first produced back in 1979, has sold almost 20 million units across Europe since launch and has continually evolved to meet changing consumer demands.
Tickets for the closing concert of a week-long celebration in Hull marking the 50th anniversary of sexual freedom in the UK go on sale on Friday (23 June).
Coinciding with Hull’s status as UK City of Culture 2017, the 50th anniversary of the start of decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK will be marked with LGBT 50, presented by Hull 2017 in association with Sewell Group and supported by Spirit of 2012.
Local Vauxhall retailer, Evans Halshaw, has responded to the increase in fuel costs for drivers over the past year by giving away £500 worth of free fuel.*
With the average driver now spending an extra £6.48** at the pumps every time they fill up compared to this time last year, Evans Halshaw is helping those who buy a new Vauxhall between 28th April and 7th May 2017 to make their money go further with a £500 fuel card.
Vauxhall retailer, Evans Halshaw in Beverley, made waves at a local swimming gala when it turned out to show its support for The Beverley Barracudas Swimming Club and help the club raise funds.
The Evans Halshaw team was on hand at the event, which took place at the Beverley Leisure Centre, to help The Beverly Barracudas meet their fundraising target by contributing some much needed funds to help cover the costs of the swim team’s kit.
Government changes to the Vehicle Excess Duty (VED) will see a radical overhaul of how cars are taxed as of 1st April meaning the cost of ownership could increase. Local Vauxhall retailer, Evans Halshaw, is highlighting how these changes will impact on motorists.
The updated road tax measures will affect buyers of new cars as the revision of the vehicle tax bands could see motorists pay more for VED from April 2017. With that in mind, Evans Halshaw is recommending that motorists in the market for a new car consider buying it before the changes come into force.
With spring bank holidays just around the corner Evans Halshaw is helping motorists in Hull and Beverley make the most of their family time with £500 spending money.*
Those who buy a new 17-plate Vauxhall from Evans Halshaw with locations in Hull and Beverley, between 17th and 21st March will be treated to this exciting offer and will drive off with a pre-paid debit card to spend on anything they want.
Evans Halshaw in Beverley is giving local motorists and football fans the chance to win a pair of tickets to England’s qualifier against Lithuania thanks to Vauxhall Motors’ sponsorship of the Home Nations teams.
The retailer on Swinemoor Lane is giving local Beverley residents the chance to get their hands on two tickets to see some of the biggest names in English football as the team prepares to take on Lithuania on home turf on Sunday 26th March.