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  • Expert Advice: Financing a Supercar

    Expert Advice: Financing a Supercar

    With an average six-figure price tag, an exotic supercar can seem desperately out of reach. The reality is, however, that few people buy their expensive sports car outright, with most cars being delivered under some…

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  • Three under-10s steal mother’s car

    Three under-10s steal mother’s car

    Parents of teenagers will understand that children are often impatient to get behind the wheel, but for some the urge for independence comes a lot sooner, as one mother found out after her three under-10s…

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  • London congestion charge to rise

    London congestion charge to rise

    The London congestion charge is set to get more expensive, after Transport for London (TfL) announced a 15 per cent price hike yesterday. The increase, which comes into effect from June 16, will see the…

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  • Expert Advice: Buying Your First Supercar

    Expert Advice: Buying Your First Supercar

    So the time has come for you to put a deposit down on your dream wheels (you lucky so-and-so). The likelihood is you’ll know exactly which model you want, as you’ll have been fantasising about…

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  • Expert Advice: Securing Your Car

    Expert Advice: Securing Your Car

    There can be little worse for car owners than returning to your pride and joy to find that it has been broken into, or worse still, stolen altogether. Despite huge advances in car security, which…

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  • The hairiest lorry near misses

    The hairiest lorry near misses

    Footage has emerged today of the moment a cement lorry driver narrowly avoided flattening a people carrier that had stopped on a busy motorway after an accident. The video, captured on an adjacent motorist’s dash-cam,…

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  • Nissan Juke Review

    Nissan Juke Review

    Nissan has been busy lately giving its three successful crossovers a makeover recently. It's not without at least some justification that the Japanese manufacturer can claim to have invented the ‘soft-roader’ segment and naturally they…

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  • South Korea introduces ‘women-only’ parking

    South Korea introduces ‘women-only’ parking

    Drivers in the South Korean capital Seoul will soon be greeted by a new type of parking space aimed at making the process easier for the country’s lady drivers. In a move that would no…

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  • BMW X5 Review

    BMW X5 Review

    While it can be argued that a high-riding luxury SUV will never really fit BMW’s ‘ultimate driving machine’ mantra, the company itself would never regret creating the X5. Originally launched in 1999 when the vast…

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