Explore Britain's role in the history of the motor car with events, features, news and web resources collected from museums, archives and historic sites across the UK.
Housed in Powys' Automobile Palace, the National Cycle Collection - home to a vintage range of bikes dating as far back as 1819 - is inviting children to get drawing this month.
Forty-two years after its redesigner died trying to beat its 172 mph record, a Bangor University lecturer's replica of a 1.72 ton speed demon has gone on show in Swansea.
A vast archive, assembled during 35 years of collecting by the late historian for Aston Martin, will go on display for the first time at the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust.
Arch enthusiast Robin Spalding's display of British scooters showcases 42 types of bike alongside clothing, furniture and advertising from the 1950s and 1960s.
Crich Tramway Village is proudly displaying the results of the painstaking, seven-year restoration of an Edwardian tram that spent 55 years as a home.
QR codes will allow visitors to hear the sounds of the 60 buses and coaches at Manchester's Museum of Transport, starting with a vintage bus from 1959.
Planners at the world's largest British transport collection are on the road to winning £4.9 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund, utilising a forgotten building as part of the proposals.
Coventry Transport Museum is bringing the sights, sounds and swells of surf culture to the West Midlands with an exhibition of classic surfer vehicles.
Screen Heritage UK is celebrating the digitalisation of its archives with a special show in a customised Bedford van in Brighton's Jubilee Square
From the leathers of the first female TT racer to Carl Fogarty's 1992 Yamaha, the Isle of Man welcomes centenary TT show.
A Harley-Davidson customised in dedication to Johnny Cash joins a colourful display of Harley-Davidsons in Manchester.
See pictures of Harley-Davidsons and their biggest fans as the Manchester venue opens a display dedicated to them.
Actor Robbie Coltrane has donated his 1988 Chrysler Jeep to the public fundraising campaign for the £74 million museum.
The driving force behind Glasgow's famous black cabs have presented a £5,000 donation to the city's Riverside Museum.
A tollhouse designed to stop motorists from dodging border charges during the 18th century has been rebuilt in the Dales.