The consumer automotive site offering news, features and reviews of both new and second-hand cars
Auto Repair Focus
The online trade magazine for the garage servicing market, bringing technical, business and reviews to the aftermarket
Offering freelance editorial across a range of automotive markets from experienced journalist Phil Curry
The Tune Up
The podcast for the servicing market, bringing discussion , news and interviews to garages around the UK
Ten years ago, a website was launched that started a journey through the world of online publishing. Car Nation (now All Torque) was a club for car enthusiasts.
However, with Phil Curry being a journalist, it was never going to stay that way. Soon, news sections were added, then features, and over time social media and video sections. One website became two, then three and four...
In a nutshell, that is us. We are web publishers, with an interest in automotive markets. From consumer and trade to freelance journalism, PJR Media offers range of products and services.
The site that started the journey, All Torque focuses consumer news, features and vehicle reviews, offering expert analysis and informed decisions for the buying public
A trade website for the automotive servicing sector, ARF brings news and product features direct to business owners through written pieces and video production
Phil Curry is available for freelance commissions, with clients including CAT Magazine, the IMI, Fast and Modified and Practical Motorhome to name but a few
Delivering discussion , news and interviews in audio format to listeners from the servicing industry on a fortnightly basis.
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Until two years ago, diesel was the fuel of choice for drivers. The government backed it, the oil companies backed it and thanks to the complexities of the servicing and intricacies of the parts, the aftermarket backed it. Then, one September morning in 2015, everything changed. During the IAA motor show in Frankfurt, news broke Read more about Diesel – what went wrong?[…]