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Vauxhall Uses Scare Tactics To Launch New Corsa
31/10/2014

VAUXHALL is claiming a world record for the largest GPS-guided drawing. As part of the launch activities for its new Corsa supermini, the car maker has revealed a Halloween-themed artwork for the scariest time of the year.


Call For England And Wales To Match Scottish Drink-Drive Measures
31/10/2014

THE NEW, lower Scottish blood-alcohol limit used to measure and prosecute drink-drivers should be applied across England and Wales as well, according to a new survey by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).


Strictly Pair Help Peugeot Launch Charity Fund-Raiser
31/10/2014

A PEUGEOT RCZ has been given a superhero-style makeover in aid of the BBC charity Children in Need, with added pizazz from Strictly Come Dancing.


Motorway Fuel Prices 'A Rip Off'
30/10/2014

SUPERMARKET petrol prices may have fallen this week but drivers feel they are being ripped off by motorway services fuel tariffs, according to a new RAC survey.


'Ban Foreign Death Drivers' - MP
30/10/2014

FOREIGN drivers banned for causing death while drunk driving should be banned from British roads for life, a Conservative MP has told the Commons.


'Rat-Rod' Rolls Causes Ebay Stir
30/10/2014

IF YOU were to make alterations to a classic Rolls-Royce, they probably wouldn't be like these.


2005 Volkswagen Golf Plus (parents, couple, front, rear)

Parents Are Poor 'Road Models'
30/10/2014

PARENTS are not good 'road models', according to new research that shows a fifth of mums admit to road rage in front of their kids, and that 72% of parents think they would fail their test if asked to re-take it.


2004 Volkswagen Golf

German Cars Are The Ebay Stars
30/10/2014

THE GERMANS rule the roost when it comes to buying cars and car parts on eBay.co.uk, fresh figures have shown, with more people buying German than French, Italian or even British.


Caution Urged Despite Fuel Prices At Lowest Since 2011
29/10/2014

THE PRICE of petrol at the pumps has fallen to its lowest level since January 2011, according to the AA.


New App Delivers Tyre Safety Advice On The Go
29/10/2014

TECH-SAVVY motorists can now consult a new mobile phone app when they need help with tyre-related issues.


More Power And Tech For Ford's Kuga
29/10/2014

THE BLUE Oval car maker Ford has updated its popular Kuga sports utility vehicle with improved engines and added more in-car technology.


12 Million Drivers Ignore Winter Checks
29/10/2014

12 MILLION drivers in the UK will not bother to have their car checked over before the onset of winter. This potentially risks compromising safety and causing damage to their cars.


Third Of Cars Need Suspension Repairs
29/10/2014

A THIRD of all cars on the UK's roads need repairs to their suspension every year and the most likely to suffer suspension damage are Audi and Mercedes.


Thieves Targeting 'Keyless' Cars
28/10/2014

THE MOTOR industry is calling for more safeguards after reports that thieves are targeting vehicles with ‘keyless' ignition systems.


Renault Clio headlight

AA Warns Of 'One-Eyed Monsters'
28/10/2014

HALF A million cars will have headed into British Winter Time with defective headlights, according to the AA, which is warning drivers to beware 'the one-eyed monster'.


Bake-Off Star To Open Veteran Car Run
28/10/2014

CELEBRITY baker and Great British Bake-Off star Paul Hollywood is set to swap his famously tasty pastries for the driver's seat of a 110-year-old car.


A Fifth Of Drivers Choose Part-Worn Tyres
28/10/2014

ONE FIFTH of drivers in the UK have fitted part-worn tyres to their cars in a bid to save money.


Driving Licence Fees To Be Slashed
27/10/2014

DRIVERS facing the mounting costs of taking to the road for the first time will no doubt be pleased by the Government's decision to slash the cost of obtaining a licence.


George Cole as Arthur Daley, the stereotypical used car salesman

Government Moves To Improve Used Car Market
27/10/2014

MORE measures are to be introduced to prevent consumers getting bad deals when buying used cars, the Government has announced.


Tesla Opens First Supercharger In Scotland
27/10/2014

ELECTRIC car maker Tesla continues to expand its network of charging stations in the UK, with the latest ‘Supercharger' facility now open at Edinburgh Airport.


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