Meet the Parkers Team

Experts on all things automotive

Established in 1972, our sister company Parkers have become the UK’s most trusted site for new and used car sales, car reviewsadvice articles, car financing and automotive news.

We are proud to be able to work with the talented Parkers editorial team to bring you their expert insight and knowledge across many of our online guides and articles. Take a look below to find out more about the people behind the words.

Keith Adams

Keith is the editor of Parkers. He’s been writing about new, used and classic cars since 2004, and in that time has managed to launch a new magazine, run a weekly newspaper, launch brand new websites, and keep Parkers packed with fresh and engaging stories. Has owned around 300 cars, with no signs of slowing down…

CJ Hubbard

CJ is head of the Bauer UK Digital Automotive Hub, which provides content for Parkers.co.uk and CAR magazine. He’s been writing about cars professionally since 2006 in a career that’s covered everything from understanding electric vans to living with a Lamborghini for six months.

Alan Taylor-Jones

Alan has been writing about cars professionally since 2015. During that time he’s tested all manner of cars, from campervans and pickup trucks to low slung sports cars and racy hot hatches and all points in between.

Murray Scullion

Murray has been a journalist for nearly a decade. During that time he’s interviewed Formula 1 World Champions, written extensively about emissions and surveillance capitalism, and of course has reviewed hundreds of new and classic cars.

Tom Wiltshire

Tom fell into the world of automotive journalism fresh from a challenging and rewarding job stacking shelves at his local corner shop.

He’s worked across print and web reviewing cars, writing news, performing tests of automotive products and – in one particularly memorable incident – measuring the height of a vehicle in pancakes.

Richard Kilpatrick

Richard is a writer and automotive enthusiast fascinated by the fundamental interconnectedness of all things.

He’s worked in tech journalism since 1992, but in 2015 Richard swapped from publishing photographic magazines and driving cars, to writing for automotive titles and photographing cars.