We've tested our first batch of sat navs aimed at large vehicle drivers, including motorhome and caravan owners. Brands include TomTom and Garmin.
Built-in sat navs are often a tempting optional extra when you're buying a new car. Which? tests reveal whether they're worth paying for.
When confronted with seven dash cams priced at £100 or over, how can you decide which one to buy? We've tested the contenders, including from Garmin, RAC and Motorola.
You could be fined up to £200 or have six points added to your licence if you use a sat nav app. Here's what you need to know about the rules.
The German supermarket giant is no stranger to unusual own-brand tech, but is this super-cheap dash cam a bridge too far?
We reveal the latest Which? sat nav app results from CoPilot, Michelin and Waze. Which sat nav app will keep you on track on your next holiday?
As the dash cam market has grown, so have prices. £100 is no small sum to drop on what may well be your first dash cam. Are these latest releases worth it?
There's a wide range of situations in which a dash cam could help you and others in a crime on the road. We explain using real examples.
We've tested Garmin's latest Drive range of sat navs, and found one that was so good we've made it a Best Buy. Read more about these new models.
Our latest batch of sat nav and sat nav app testing revealed three new Which? Best Buys. It included devices and apps from CoPilot, Microsoft and TomTom.