In this article, we will be looking at the benefits that come with choosing a car as your preferred method of transport.
We just had to share these incredible images, which have been created by blind photographer Pete Eckert for Volkswagen’s latest campaign.
JCT600 first sponsored Bradford City AFC back in 1997, and our current partnership with the club dates back to 2013. For the Bantams, football always comes first, but what do they have to say about the marvellous world of motoring?!
Let’s face it – the world of car advertising is often renowned for its clichés. There have been some notable exceptions from brands like Audi and Volkswagen in recent years, but those long, winding mountain roads still dominate.
Just because a car’s no longer road-worthy doesn’t mean the scrapheap’s the only option left… Did it ever cross your mind that your clapped-out motor could, in fact, be headed for a far loftier fate?
All over the world, automotive artists are putting unwanted cars to incredibly creative use with their boundary-pushing pieces.
With a proud sporting heritage, thriving music scene and a population of more than half a million, Sheffield’s become one of the UK’s largest and most loved cities.
As you’d expect, there are plenty of social media users talking about the quirks that make the Steel City stand out – we took to Twitter and Instagram to find out what they had to say.
The former cloth town of Leeds is one of the fastest growing cities in the UK – so it’s no wonder that there’s lots of chatter across social media about what makes this bustling place unique.
Once the wool capital of the world, nowadays Bradford’s better known for its world-class curries and as the home of former One Directioner Zayn Malik.
But what else is going on beneath the surface of this vibrant city? We took to the web to find out what the Instagram and Twitter community had to say about Bradford.
We’re probably a little biased of course, but we reckon that there are few regions in the country that have as strong a sense of identity, humour and community as Yorkshire…