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  • Which sin are you guilty of?

    Which sin are you guilty of?

    UK car drivers are officially motoring sinners according to a recent survey. Gluttony was highlighted as the biggest sin of all, with a whopping 75 per cent admitting to stuffing their faces behind the wheel…

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  • Zero drink-drive limit proposed for young drivers

    Zero drink-drive limit proposed for young drivers

    Govt's chief medical officer says drink-driving ban for u21s could save 100 lives a year. Drivers under 21 should be banned from drinking any alcohol before they get behind the wheel, Britain’s top doctor said…

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  • Cars remain a must-have, says RAC foundation

    Cars remain a must-have, says RAC foundation

    Motoring organisation says cars are vital, but Minister says high petrol prices are good for us. We may be using our cars less now that fuel is so expensive. But a new report from the…

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  • Lighter, stronger, better: new Fiesta

    Lighter, stronger, better: new Fiesta

    Ford gives detail on its key new small car ahead of Motor Show launch later this month. Lighter, more fuel-efficient, stronger. These are the promises Ford makes for its new Fiesta, unveiled at the British…

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  • Owning a car costs less now than it did 20 years ago

    Owning a car costs less now than it did 20 years ago

    Amid the gloom, good news. Even with fuel price rises, running a car is cheaper. Even with the current surge in fuel prices, motoring now costs far less than it did 20 years ago. Research…

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  • Boris scraps £25 C-charge

    Boris scraps £25 C-charge

    Porsche receives £400k payout to end legal challenge, but donates cash to charity. London’s new mayor, Boris Johnson, is to pay about £400,000 to Porsche, after agreeing to scrap the proposed £25-a-day congestion charge for…

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  • Caravanners feel the pinch

    Caravanners feel the pinch

    Spiralling fuel prices mean a caravan holiday is no longer such a cheap option. Research by Motors.co.uk shows that caravan holidays may no longer offer such a cheap alternative for hard-pressed families. Pulling a caravan…

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  • RoadSafe backs safer roads campaign

    RoadSafe backs safer roads campaign

    RoadSafe, an organisation who promote occupational road risk management to British businesses, is backing a call for more money to be invested into Britain’s roads. In light of the launch of the Campaign for Safe…

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  • Fuel duty plan would cut pump prices by 5p

    Fuel duty plan would cut pump prices by 5p

    Proposal would mean less for the Govt and more for the driverWhen world oil prices rise, the amount of tax drivers pay per litre should fall. That’s the plan outlined by the Conservatives yesterday as…

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