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  • Triple-deck junction to ease Tyneside traffic

    Triple-deck junction to ease Tyneside traffic

    Highways England has revealed plans to build a triple-decker roundabout to ease congestion through one of Tyneside’s busiest commuter routes. The junction between the A19 and A1058 is set to be overhauled, with the creation…

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  • No dieselgate compensation planned for EU

    No dieselgate compensation planned for EU

    In the wake of the $14.7bn US dieselgate settlement, Volkswagen boss Matthias M?ller has rebutted calls for a similar arrangement in the EU. The former chief exec of Porsche told German Sunday newspaper Welt am…

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  • Save elderly from T-junctions, report says

    Save elderly from T-junctions, report says

    A government-backed report has suggested that roundabouts should replace T-junctions to save elderly drivers. The Older Drivers Task Force has warned that road policies must be adapted to reflect the UK’s aging population. Suggestions that…

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  • Are you a distracted driver?

    Are you a distracted driver?

    Although it has been illegal to use a hand-held mobile phone while driving since 2003, there is significant research that shows motorists continue to use their devices incorrectly. Here are five statistics that reveal the…

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  • How to choose the right Honda Jazz

    How to choose the right Honda Jazz

    Since it was introduced in 2001, Honda’s Jazz has been the go-to model for drivers looking for a comfortable and affordable city car. Such is its popularity that the Jazz is marketed worldwide and manufactured…

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  • Jeep reveals Grand Cherokee improvements

    Jeep reveals Grand Cherokee improvements

    Jeep has announced a raft of enhancements and two special models for its Grand Cherokee range. The updated Grand Cherokee now has a start/stop function and electric steering, which combine to reduce CO2 emissions to…

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  • Renault unveils Alaskan pick-up

    Renault unveils Alaskan pick-up

    Renault has entered the global one-tonne pick-up market with its all-new Alaskan.?? The French carmaker’s latest model is based on the concept of the same name, which was unveiled in September last year. The Alaskan…

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  • Hard shoulder conversions dangerous, say MPs

    Hard shoulder conversions dangerous, say MPs

    Converting hard shoulders to permanent driving lanes is dangerous and should be scrapped, a Commons committee has said. The government wants to turn hundreds of miles of hard shoulder in England into normal driving lanes,…

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  • Citroën reveals new C3

    Citroën reveals new C3

    Citro?n has unveiled its updated C3 model – a bold and colourful B-segment supermini. The C3 was first launched in 2002 and has since sold more than 3.6 million units across two generations. This latest…

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