Carlton Boyce

Carlton Boyce

Carlton gave up being a prison governor to become a freelance motoring journalist six years ago, and now earns his living travelling the world driving, photographing and writing about cars. He’s also previously worked as a lumberjack, police officer, retail manager, breakfast chef, and smallholder, allowing him to write about more than just cars.

Latest Articles from Carlton

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Motoring

Motoring offences and criminal records

Does committing a motoring offence mean you have a criminal record?

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How long do penalty points last on a driving licence?
Motoring

How long do penalty points last?

How long do penalty points stay on your driving licence?

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Motoring

What do I do if I get a summons?

Here’s what you need to know if you receive a summons for a motoring offence.

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Smart buys for safer motoring

The latest ideas, add-ons and gadgets for motoring without mishap.

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Motoring

Tips for driving at night

Want to improve your driving in the dark? Read our top night-driving tips

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Motoring

The cost of driving green

We break down the running costs of electric cars to see where you could save.

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Motoring

Is it time to go electric?

With support for the electric car industry in the Budget, is it time to buy one?

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Motoring

The best Christmas gifts for drivers 2017

Carlton Boyce picks his top ten Christmas gifts for drivers.

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Motoring

Beware online scams targeting drivers

Fake websites and dodgy emails – drivers are prime targets for fraudsters.

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