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Car Production Hits Seven-Year High
23/01/2015

THE NUMBER of cars built in the UK reached a seven year high of more than 1.5 million in 2014, with a new car rolling off a production line every 20 seconds.


George Cole as Arthur Daley, the stereotypical used car salesman

Buying Used Cars Like 'Motoring Roulette'
23/01/2015

ALMOST half of drivers who have bought a used car privately believe they were deceived by the seller, leading to a claim the practice is akin to "motoring roulette".


Audi Drivers 'More Likely To Vote Labour'
23/01/2015

AUDI DRIVERS are more likely to vote Labour in the upcoming General Election, says new research – while Suzuki owners more often lean towards UKIP.


Viva Set For Geneva
23/01/2015

VAUXHALL will unveil its new Viva city car to the world at the Geneva Motor Show, it has been confirmed.


An AA engineer checks a used car (inspection, test, examination, wheelarch safety)

Car Deals 'Like Motoring Roulette'
23/01/2015

ALMOST half of drivers who have bought a used car privately believe they were deceived by the seller, leading to a claim the practice is akin to "motoring roulette".


Ukip Hopeful Suspended In Cars Row
23/01/2015

A UKIP parliamentary hopeful has been suspended as a candidate over a leaflet calling for welfare claimants to be banned from driving to free up space on the roads.


Bushcraft expert Ray Mears

Ray Mears Sacked From Public Appearance After Rubbishing Caravans
23/01/2015

TV STAR Ray Mears has been dropped from a public appearance at a caravan showing after naming them as one of his pet hates.


Drivers Ignoring Dangerous Defects
22/01/2015

A LARGE number of drivers are putting fellow road users at risk because they get behind the wheel even though they know there is a problem with their car, a new survey suggests.


Irish Insurers Face Huge 'Petrol Stretching' Bill
22/01/2015

INSURERS in Ireland have been forced to shell out millions to drivers whose cars have been destroyed in a widespread 'petrol stretching' scam.


Car Recalls On The Rise
22/01/2015

CARS ARE being recalled by their manufacturers more often than ever, a new study has revealed.


Adopt Higher Driver Standards, Companies Urged
22/01/2015

COMPANIES should take a lead in road safety by introducing the ISO 39001 accreditation – which shows their drivers have met some of the highest safety standards.


Britain's First Vw Type 2 Samba Goes Under The Hammer
22/01/2015

A TRULY special 1955 Volkswagen Type 2 Samba Microbus with a fascinating story will go under the hammer next month.


Record Sales For Ducati
22/01/2015

DUCATI UK has posted record sales results for 2014 with a 17% increase in sales across the dealer network.


Lpg Can Help Solve Emissions Crisis, Industry Claims
21/01/2015

THE LIQUEFIED petroleum gas (LPG) industry is calling on the government to do more to promote LPG as a lower-pollution alternative to petrol and diesel.


Hgv Dual-Clutch Gearbox Wins Quality Award
21/01/2015

VOLVO Trucks has won the European Quality Innovation of the Year Award for its I-Shift dual-clutch automatic lorry transmission.


Charles Sees Nissan Make Leaf Cars
21/01/2015

THE PRINCE of Wales visited the UK's most productive car plant, in Sunderland, to see electric vehicles roll off the line.


Cheaper Car Insurance 'Won't Last'
21/01/2015

MOTORISTS are benefiting from cheaper insurance costs as well as lower petrol prices after a survey showed premiums are down by 10% on a year ago.


Insurer Challenges Young Driver Restrictions
21/01/2015

AN INSURANCE company is challenging the long-held belief that young drivers need greater restrictions after passing the driving test.


Car Insurance Premiums Lower
20/01/2015

MOTORISTS are benefiting from cheaper insurance costs as well as lower petrol prices after a survey showed premiums are down by 10% on a year ago.


Speed Bumps Cost Drivers £250
20/01/2015

CAR OWNERS who live in areas with speed bumps pay an average of £250 to have their car's suspension, exhaust and bodywork repaired due to damage from the traffic calming measures.


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