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  • Hay fever affects driving as much as drinking

    Hay fever affects driving as much as drinking

    Around one fifth of people in Britain have hay fever, but many would never consider this ailment as a reason not to drive. However, new research carried out at the University of Maastricht in the…

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  • Citroen DS3 Cabrio Review

    Citroen DS3 Cabrio Review

    What is it? Put simply, a Citroen DS3 with half the roof removed. This isn’t a convertible in the traditional sense, though – rather than folding the entire roof structure away into the boot, Citroen…

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  • U-turn over lower motorway speed limits

    U-turn over lower motorway speed limits

    Controversial plans to lower the speed limit on selected stretches of motorway in a bid to reduce pollution levels have been dropped by ministers. Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin today announced that he was “rejecting” the…

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  • Driving tutor gets call from Samuel L Jackson

    Driving tutor gets call from Samuel L Jackson

    Driving instructor Samuel Jackson, who made Internet fame when he placed the ‘L’ plate between his names, was stunned to receive a call from his Hollywood namesake. The clever joke reached film star Samuel L…

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  • 24th time lucky for learner driver

    24th time lucky for learner driver

    A young woman from Wiltshire has been unofficially crowned Britain’s most persistent learner driver, after 24 attempts at the practical test finally saw her secure a full licence. The unidentified 24-year-old was eventually given leave…

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  • Britain’s busiest speed camera revealed

    Britain’s busiest speed camera revealed

    Britain’s busiest speed camera has been revealed to be a unit on the A1 Western Bypass between Newcastle and Gateshead, thanks to research by car insurance provider LV. Last year, this speed camera issued 9,392…

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  • Casualties rise in 20mph zones

    Casualties rise in 20mph zones

    They’re used everywhere where pedestrians may be at risk: outside schools, shopping areas and quiet residential streets. However, the 20mph zone is proving to be an ineffective method of enforcing road safety, after new figures…

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  • “Nobody shall be killed in a Volvo by 2020”

    “Nobody shall be killed in a Volvo by 2020”

    Volvo has long been famed for safety and the current Volvo V40 is packed with so much sophisticated safety technology that it has earned the title of being the UK’s safest car. This model is…

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  • Suzuki SX4 S-Cross Review

    Suzuki SX4 S-Cross Review

    Nissan’s Qashqai has long been Britain’s favourite crossover, but Suzuki is keen to show that its new SX4 S-Cross has a few tricks up its sleeve too. We took to the wheel to find out…

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