The 10 Best UK Car Blogs You Should Bookmark if You’re Mad About Motoring

In case you haven’t visited the JCT600 blog before, you should know we’re obsessed with all things automotive.

We’re passionate about the history, we’re dialled into the latest trends, and we’re intrigued by where motoring might go next.

But with a whole world of brilliant car blogs out there, we thought we’d share some of the UK’s best with you.

UK’s Best Car Blogs: 2019

1. Carwitter

Carwitter was created by motoring enthusiast Adam Tudor-Lane, who left his 9-to-5 job to focus solely on his website. The blog has shot to success, having won the Automotive UK Blog Award in 2017, followed by the Business Automotive UK Blog Award in 2018. The Carwitter team prides itself on being up to speed with the latest news and releases in today’s fast-changing industry, and the well-designed website provides the latest updates and reviews on all things motoring, along with no-nonsense opinions and advice.

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2. Motor Verso

In their own words, Motor Verso “have a focus on strong photography, and engaging articles about performance, luxury and interesting cars.” Unlike many car blogs, along with the usual car reviews, they also review gadgets and accessories, and if you’re feeling a bit of wanderlust, they even review travel destinations around the world, from Italy to Iceland and beyond. Maybe you’ll find inspiration for your next road trip here! And if you like ogling the latest metal, they also have an Instagram account that’s updated daily.

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3. The Car Expert

Covering car news and reviews as well as focusing on the ins and outs of financing, The Car Expert blog is a useful resource for anyone with questions about any aspect of buying a car, or for those who simply want to check out ‘first drives’ of the latest models. The real-life car expert behind the site is Stuart Masson, who uses his years of experience in selling cars to create relevant, impartial content that’s genuinely useful.

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 4. Old Classic Car

Old Classic Car (OCC) started out as a small site dedicated to classic cars. Now it offers a wide variety of articles and photographs – a nostalgic window on the rich history of motoring. The UK-based site arrived in 2001 after its author struggled to find a space on the web focussed on owning and running classic cars. Perhaps not a ‘blog’ in the strictest sense, it still features all kinds of useful articles, intriguing snapshots and random curiosities from the world of vintage motoring.

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5. Daily Car Blog

If you’re looking for a comprehensive car blog that’s updated all the time, then this London-based site shouldn’t disappoint. You’ll find up-to-date news on new car releases, industry goings-on,  plus reviews, in-depth features, video content, and a whole section dedicated to Formula 1. With a core team of around five writers, the tone of the site is thoroughly un-serious, with regular features like ‘Worst Car of the Week’. Though it is worth saying, if you’re offended by colourful language, then this may not by the motoring website for you…

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 6. GMotors

GMotors is a motoring blog publishing news and reviews on a wide range of topics, with articles helpfully organised by manufacturer, along with sections dedicated to future cars, and motorsports. Founded in 2010, the blog has some great photography to accompany its library of motoring content. As well as expertise in what makes a great car, their keen eye on the concept designs emerging from the industry’s major players should keep even the nerdiest car enthusiasts interested.

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7. Automotive Blog

Automotive Blogis still a relative newcomer, but it’s developing fast. Created to inform and entertain, it features news and reviews written with the reader in mind. The aim is to provide information for the masses, allowing a reader with any level of motoring experience to leave with the sense of whether a car is the right choice for them. They also provide offbeat stories in their news articles, offering an unconventional look at the world of motoring.

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8. Take to the Road

Another must-visit blog for classic car enthusiasts, this site was setup by Niall Julian in 2015, and continues to be a one-man operation, showcasing his own photography, films, and unquenchable passion for automotive history. Spend a few minutes on the site and you’ll see why it’s no surprise that Take to the Road has made Vuelio’s UK Top 10 Automotive Blogs list for the last two years running. And if you’re not just fantasising, but actually looking to buy a classic car of your own, his Market Picks section highlights some of the best vehicles being sold each month, along with a view on the asking price, plus future maintenance advice.

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9. Foxy Lady Drivers Club

Foxy Lady Drivers Club is a car blog created to help women navigate a car industry that continues to be pretty male-dominated – though there are changes afoot. The blog features everything from women in motorsports, to female friendly reviews and tips. Creator Steph Savill has established a space for female drivers to feel comfortable, free from the stresses that often accompany buying or maintaining a car. With nearly 5,000 followers on Twitter, they’re obviously doing something right!

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10. Car Throttle

Last but definitely not least is the car content powerhouse that is Car Throttle. Founded in 2009 by Adnan Ebrahim, the site was described in the early days as the ‘Buzzfeed for cars’ – a home for car-themed memes, user-submitted content, and plenty of interactive fun. Today, they boast an eye-watering audience of 200 million car enthusiasts every month, whilst their blog community is currently more than 40,000 strong. Expect personal perspectives, Buzzfeed-style lists (of course!), and discussion-sparking articles on all things car-related.

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