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  • Meet BugJuggler, the car-juggling robot

    Meet BugJuggler, the car-juggling robot

    This 70ft tall robot can juggle cars. Yes, you heard us right. 70ft. Robot. Cars. Dubbed the BugJuggler, at the moment it’s just the crazy pipe-dream of some ex-NASA and James Bond stunt engineers. However,…

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  • Gamer vs Racer: Who wins?

    Gamer vs Racer: Who wins?

    Last weekend saw the fun and games of the Goodwood Festival of Speed – an event that has morphed over the years from a hill-climb event for enthusiasts to the biggest event on the UK…

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  • Public backs restrictions on young drivers

    Public backs restrictions on young drivers

    Two thirds of motorists are in favour of newly qualified drivers having restrictions imposed on when they can drive and how many passengers they can carry, a new study by the RAC Foundation has revealed….

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  • Meet the world’s fastest amphibious car

    Meet the world’s fastest amphibious car

    Amphibious cars have long captured the imaginations of car enthusiasts. Since James Bond emerged from the sea in his submersible Lotus Esprit, the quest to perfect the vehicle that works equally well on land and…

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  • Latest crop of ‘rude’ number plates banned

    Latest crop of ‘rude’ number plates banned

    The new 64 registration number plate isn’t due to make an appearance until September, but that hasn’t stopped the easily embarrassed DVLA from slapping bans on a number of risqu? personalised registrations which would have…

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  • Electric cars could increase running costs

    Electric cars could increase running costs

    After a rather shaky start, the uptake of battery electric cars is finally on the rise, as more and more motorists, seduced by the tax exemption and claimed low running costs these vehicles offer, make…

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  • Town centre parking putting off drivers

    Town centre parking putting off drivers

    A third of motorists avoid venturing into town centres with their cars due to confusing parking restrictions, new research by car insurance provider Churchill has found. The study revealed that 22 per cent of drivers…

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  • Android Drive: Google in your car

    Android Drive: Google in your car

    Not content with infiltrating every other aspect of daily life, Google has announced it’s latest innovation, Android Drive, which will soon see the Internet giant’s mobile operating system displayed on your dashboard. Launched as a…

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  • 54,000 learner drivers with penalty points

    54,000 learner drivers with penalty points

    Nearly 54,000 drivers who received penalty points for motoring offences did so before they were fully qualified to drive, DVLA data has revealed. A Freedom of Information request and survey by insurance comparison website confused.com…

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