Agony Column

The Agony Column is always interesting and sets you apart from other motoring websites as someone who actually knows his stuff. Why is it so hard to find? Whether I use a desktop computer, a tablet, or a smartphone, I cannot locate it easily. Did The Telegraph insist you hide it away? Better links in obvious places would be most welcome.

Asked on 4 March 2016 by anogginthenog

Answered by Honest John
Nothing to do with The Telegraph. I don't write for The Telegraph's website. My agony column is here: Unfortunately the website news was set up for Geneva Motor Show, but it has now been fixed to revert to all news.

Tags: feedback
Similar questions
Tesla seem to build good cars, yet they are a smallish company, without any glorious tradition. I have spent much of my 67 years by reading about the magic of Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar and BMW. How much of...
My wife does 200 miles to work in a week and takes M25, she was caught on a speeding camera doing 65 mph in a 50mph zone. M25 has variable speed limit with max 70mph and then changes to 50mph in between...
Not so much a question as an endorsement. Just fitted a set of MichelinCross Climate Tyres to my wife's 2008 Honda Jazz. what a difference in the ride quality, the in-cabin noise and refinement. The previous...

Value my car

Save £75 on Warranty using code HJ75

with MotorEasy

Get a warranty quote

Save 12% on GAP Insurance

Use HJ21 to save on an ALA policy

See offer