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Green Flag For Silverstone Classic's Silver Jubilee Celebrations
17/12/2014

TWO OF the leading names in the global classic car world are joining forces to provide visitors with a very special showcase at next month's Autosport International show at the NEC, Birmingham (8-11 January).


71% Set For Christmas Party Travel
17/12/2014

MORE THAN seven out of 10 people will spend Christmas away from their own homes, it has been claimed.


Call For Re-Think On Low-Emission Zone
17/12/2014

THE UK automotive industry has asked for a rethink on the standards for London's ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) which is set to take effect from 2020.


Rare Marussia F1 Items Go Under The Hammer
17/12/2014

SIGNED prints, car parts and umbrellas were among the items up for auction from former Formula One team Marussia on Tuesday.


Elvis's Cadillac Is In The Building
16/12/2014

THE LATEST exhibit to go on display in the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu is the 1977 Cadillac Seville purchased and driven by the one and only king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley.


Luxury Brit Car Maker Showcases New Safety And Navigation Technology
16/12/2014

JAGUAR Land Rover has launched a research project to develop clever new tech that will offer drivers a 360 degree view out of their vehicle, uninterrupted by windscreen pillars.


Two Thirds Of Drivers Want Dash Cams
16/12/2014

A MAJORITY of drivers in the UK believe in-car dash cameras would stop crash for cash fraudsters and prevent bogus insurance claims. It has been revealed 71% of British drivers think in-car dash cams are the best way to achieve this.


A Fifth Of Drivers Take The Wheel After Heavy Drinking
16/12/2014

ONE IN FIVE drivers admits to getting behind the wheel the morning after a heavy night's drinking despite the risk of still being over the drink-drive limit.


Chunnel Travellers To Get 4G Boost
16/12/2014

MILLIONS of travellers on the Channel Tunnel will be able to watch streamed videos and download and share data as easily as at home following the introduction of 4G mobile services, Eurotunnel says.


Rolls-Royce Themed Paddington Gets A New Home
15/12/2014

PADDINGTON Bear has found a new home courtesy of Tracey Emin, who snapped it up at a Christie's auction in aid of the NSPCC.


Labour Calls For Petrol Price Probe
15/12/2014

LABOUR has called on a watchdog to take a fresh look into whether motorists are being "fleeced" at the pumps.


Skoda Confirms 'Sporty' Superb
15/12/2014

THE 2015 Skoda Superb is unlikely to spawn a hot vRS version, Skoda's CEO has admitted, but a sporty-looking trim grade and powerful diesel engines are all-but certain.


Range Rover Giveaway Marks 'Isofix Adulthood'
15/12/2014

IT'S ALMOST 18 years since child seats became a whole lot safer thanks to the ISOFIX child seat mount, and as the first kids to benefit from it are now breaking into adulthood, the company that helped develop it is giving away a Range Rover Evoque.


Christmas Shopping Is Most Dreaded Car Journey
15/12/2014

A TRIP to the shops for Christmas presents is the journey that drivers in the UK fear the most. Almost half of drivers (45%) said this was the trip they hated the most, while 24% admitted their worst drive was the return to work in the New Year.


Wholesale Van Market On The Up
15/12/2014

THE WHOLESALE van market is showing signs of returning to normality, says vehicle auction specialist Manheim.


Dennis Makes No Apologies
12/12/2014

JENSON BUTTON has "no reason not to get the job done" after converting the sceptics to secure a new two-year contract at McLaren, according to Ron Dennis.


Asda Petrol Price At Four-Year Low
12/12/2014

PETROL prices are set to plunge to a four-year low this weekend, with supermarket Asda knocking 2p off a litre.


Drivers Ignoring Winter Dangers
12/12/2014

DRIVERS are heading for potential disaster by not preparing their cars for winter weather, new research claims.


'Daylight Robbery' As Council Parking Profits Revealed
12/12/2014

COUNCILS have been accused by the Government of ripping off drivers and committing "daylight robbery" after a report revealed they are coining it in from parking charges.


Roadworks can cause lengthy delays

A Road Upgrade Plans From New Roads Agency
11/12/2014

WHILE all the recent focus was on the Government's headline-grabbing multi billion pound road building plan, the body responsible for delivering the various improvements has also been given an upgrade.


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