Michelin employs 1000 people manufacturing tyres for trucks and busses at the factory
With his busby-mullet, tattoos, graffiti’d restaurant and dishes that verge on absurdity, Michelin-starred Michael O’Hare is quite the radical. But even he must admit it’s odd to serve up a laxative…
Chef Adam Smith touches no food that he doesn't instantly transform, even the brown bread here made with Copper Dragon beer and potato in the dough
With a favourable exchange rate and rail and plane deals, it's a great time to visit the Land of the Rising Sun.
Drivers will soon be able to make a much more informed choice when buying tyres – and the product should be bettertoo. By David Wilkins
Postponed from last year, Challenge Bibendum aptly motored into Rio de Janeiro
Volkswagen has BlueMotion, Skoda has Greenline and BMW has EfficientDynamics. These days most of the big manufacturers are promoting an eco sub-brand that they apply either to specific economy-oriented versions of their cars or a programme of fuel-saving tweaks which they apply more generally across their model ranges.
There's a daunting number of tyres on the market. Before you start looking, you'll need some basic information about the right type for your car. You can only fit the size and specification of tyre recommended by the manufacturer for the wheels on the model you drive.