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  • Top 5 service stations

    Top 5 service stations

    On a long journey accompanied by constant cries of ‘are we there yet?’, ‘I’m bored’ and ‘I need the loo’, service stations are often a necessary evil. Most of us wouldn’t class them amongst our…

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  • Driver pulls 007-style tactic on police

    Driver pulls 007-style tactic on police

    Who doesn’t want to be like 007? He drives an Aston and can pull some pretty spectacular stunts. This driver, however, took his James Bond antics to an embarrassing new level. Simon Chaplin, 62, tried…

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  • Parking tips for Christmas shoppers

    Parking tips for Christmas shoppers

    Christmas is one of the busiest times of the year for shopping. Stores and retail centres are flooded with people looking to buy presents for their loved ones. As a result, trying to find a…

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  • Review: Fiat 500X

    Review: Fiat 500X

    The 500X is Fiat’s entry into the ever-flourishing crossover market, offering drivers a multifunctional car that boasts sporty looks whilst retaining its space and practicality credentials. The 500X is certainly a winner when it comes…

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  • Toyota developing autonomous cars for 2020

    Toyota developing autonomous cars for 2020

    Toyota is planning to sell cars that can switch lanes at the touch of a button within five years in Japan. The Japanese firm has plans to commercialise cars that can drive themselves on highways…

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  • China set to become biggest electric car user

    China set to become biggest electric car user

    China is predicted to become the world’s biggest buyer of electric cars this year, with an estimated 220,000 to 250,000 cars being sold, according to a party official.  The United States currently buys the most…

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  • Renault announces return to Formula 1

    Renault announces return to Formula 1

    Renault has announced that it will be returning to Formula 1 with its own team to compete in the 2016 season. Hoping to showcase their own technological development, as well as accelerating the amount of…

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  • Skoda plays prank on unsuspecting customers

    Skoda plays prank on unsuspecting customers

    Skoda plays an amusing prank on unsuspecting customers in order to promote their interior technology. Bringing customers into the car, the salesman featured in the video then proceeds to plug himself into the car –…

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  • New technology is too expensive, says Audi

    New technology is too expensive, says Audi

    Audi has revealed that it has the technology to engineer cars using lightweight materials, but that they are still too expensive to make them viable for mass production. The German manufacturer has learnt from research…

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