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Mark Tisshaw
17 March 2020

While many news events have been postponed or cancelled as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak, along with several new car drive events at home and abroad, the entire Autocar team is working to fill our online and print pages with lots of interesting stories. 

Online, as well as all the latest news and reviews we can bring you, we will increase our feature and opinion content, as well as repromote many of our best stories and videos from recent years. As ever, the website will be updated several times a day and you won’t miss any of the latest developments in the automotive world. 

In print, we plan to continue to bring you our magazine each and every Wednesday for both subscribers and newsstand buyers as we have done throughout our 125-year history. What we might lose in first drive pages we’ll hand over to even more features, and none of the magazine’s regular sections will disappear. We hope the magazine will continue to entertain, inform and inspire you, and moving away from news and new car drives, we hope to capture much of the spirit of our much-loved Christmas double issue.

We recognise that many of you will be required to self isolate at some point, and won’t be able to get to the magazine on the newsstand. There will be no interruption in our subscription service, though, and you can get six issues for £6 as a special offer here.

There are also several ways of getting the magazine digitally, either bundled with the magazine (six issues in print and digital for £8.50) by clicking here or on services including Readly or Exact Editions

The Covid-19 outbreak is creating plenty of disruption, uncertainty and anxiety. Cars - and Autocar - have always offered a welcome distraction and a dose of escapism, and we'll be (remotely) working harder than ever to ensure that continues.

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17 March 2020
Covid 19 hysteria has gotten way out of hand! Influenza kills, cancer kills, hell even masterbating has probably killed a few people! Covid 19 is being blown up out of all proportions. I'm sorry for the deaths but spare a thought for the countless number of people who have had their economic wellbeing stripped from them because of the media turning this mole hill into Everest! Each year influenza kills upto 650k people and the media is silent. A bit of context people please!

17 March 2020
m2srt wrote:

Covid 19 hysteria has gotten way out of hand! Influenza kills, cancer kills, hell even masterbating has probably killed a few people! Covid 19 is being blown up out of all proportions. I'm sorry for the deaths but spare a thought for the countless number of people who have had their economic wellbeing stripped from them because of the media turning this mole hill into Everest! Each year influenza kills upto 650k people and the media is silent. A bit of context people please!

 

You are just one of the group of knuckle draggers, which no amount of logic, common sense or reality would alter your DANGEROUS view one jot. If you deigned to watch, not just the world wide coverage and foreign country emergencies, but also the daily UK govt updates, you would, yes even a moron such as yourself, would realise that the press reports are a mirror of these briefings...so no media circus here. You're not sorry for these deaths. or you wouldn't have typed your ludicrous vitriol in the first place. Go crawl back under the stone, lodged in the stagnant pool from which you appeared...or rant another time at my response...I'm waiting for you...

17 March 2020

If CVID-19 is just like catching the flu, why are all the Governments taking so drastic steps???? I think they know more about it than they are telling us.

17 March 2020
We could delve into the realms of conspiracy theories but I think that is a futile exercise at the moment. All I know is that Covid 19 will still be having repercussions long after the virus itself is gone!

17 March 2020
m2srt wrote:

We could delve into the realms of conspiracy theories but I think that is a futile exercise at the moment. All I know is that Covid 19 will still be having repercussions long after the virus itself is gone!

 

 

You state, "all I know is"...that didn't prevent you making that DANGEROUS comment posted above, so by your OWN admission, you posted about a subject, fully recognising that you know NOTHING about it...like I said previously a DANGEROUS knuckle dragger.

17 March 2020
We could delve into the realms of conspiracy theories but I think that is a futile exercise at the moment. All I know is that Covid 19 will still be having repercussions long after the virus itself is gone!

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