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  • Driver uses Facebook to thank good Samaritan

    Driver uses Facebook to thank good Samaritan

    Returning to your parked pride and joy to find that some inconsiderate lout has caused damage to the bodywork is up there with one of the most frustrating feelings the human brain can process. Teacher…

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  • Alfa Romeo MiTo Review

    Alfa Romeo MiTo Review

    Do you fancy adding a little Italian pizazz to your everyday city car but don't want the bubblegum image of the Fiat 500? If the answer is yes, Alfa Romeo might just have the perfect…

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  • Car charging points to become paid-for

    Car charging points to become paid-for

    Electric car owners in the UK will find it increasingly difficult to charge their vehicles up for free, as the majority of public charging points become paid-for within the next year. Charging point providers have…

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  • Minimum parking bay size to be scrapped

    Minimum parking bay size to be scrapped

    The official minimum width of car parking spaces is to be scrapped under Government plans, because modern cars have outgrown them. The regulations governing parking space dimensions were last updated in 1994. However, over the…

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  • Scottish drivers are UK’s most inconsiderate

    Scottish drivers are UK’s most inconsiderate

    Of the 5,472 motorists prosecuted in the UK for inconsiderate driving since the introduction of greater police powers last August, a whopping 26.5 per cent were caught on Scottish roads according to a Freedom of…

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  • Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid Review

    Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid Review

      Volvo has thrown its hat into the hybrid car market, with a plug-in version of its popular V60 estate. Is it a worthy contender in this ever growing sector? Motors.co.uk spent a week with…

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  • 2014 Mini Cooper D review

    2014 Mini Cooper D review

    The humble Mini hatch has always been a great option for those on the hunt for something that can handle the daily grind yet offers enough character to ensure it becomes a true part of…

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  • Ferrari to build Spanish theme park

    Ferrari to build Spanish theme park

    Italian supercar maker Ferrari has announced plans to build a 75,000 square-metre theme park in the PortAventura resort, near Barcelona, Spain. The imaginatively titled ‘Ferrari Land’ is due to open in 2016 and promises to…

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  • There’s still room for sporty Mazdas

    There’s still room for sporty Mazdas

    There’s room in Mazda’s product plans for sporty MPS variants – but the manufacturer needs to get the basics right first. That’s the opinion of the Japanese manufacturer’s UK managing director Jeremy Thomson who says…

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