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  • Classes not fines choice for speeding motorists

    Classes not fines choice for speeding motorists

    Nationwide scheme lets drivers escape licence points. Go back to school and avoid points on your licence. That’s the choice being offered to motorists caught speeding. Under new rules, drivers can opt for a ‘speed…

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  • First MoT test may now come after four years

    First MoT test may now come after four years

    Better-built cars means MoT testing could be delayed The Department for Transport is considering a change in the laws governing MoT tests. At present, your car needs testing once it is three years old and…

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  • 500 drivers a day fined for chatting on mobiles

    500 drivers a day fined for chatting on mobiles

    New statistics show worrying rise in illegal phone use. Latest Government figures show that 500 drivers a day receive fines for chatting on their mobiles while driving. That’s an increase of a third within a…

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  • Formula 1 welcome female competitors

    Formula 1 welcome female competitors

    Team chiefs at Formula 1 have intimated that if women have talent, there is no reason why they shouldn’t compete. Danica Patrick, IndeCar’s latest race-winner has been granted support from Formula A’s team principles should…

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  • MG TF roadster to restart sales from September

    MG TF roadster to restart sales from September

    Chinese owners pledge that UK will once again build MG cars. MG may again build sports car at its historic Longbridge site – starting in August. MG’s Chinese owner, Nanjing Automobile Corporation, said yesterday that…

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  • Women choose bikes in credit crunch

    Women choose bikes in credit crunch

    As the country tightens its purse strings, more women are ditching their cars andbuying motorbikes. Research by the Post Office indicates that more than 10,500 women took their motorcycling test last year and this figure…

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  • Tougher L-test could cut new-driver crash deaths

    Tougher L-test could cut new-driver crash deaths

    Govt plans biggest overhaul of driving exam for 50 yearsThe Government is planning major changes to toughen the driving test. Likely alterations include a four-part test for learners – including two practical stages. The moves…

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  • Dodge begins Journey this summer

    Dodge begins Journey this summer

    MPV with space for up to seven begins sale in three months. If you like cars with a US-style twist, this newcomer to the Dodge model line-up may appeal. Called the Journey (a name only…

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  • Drivers pay £1800 a year in tax

    Drivers pay £1800 a year in tax

    As motoring costs soar, most of the extra cash that we pay goes straight to the Government. Drivers pay over £1800 a year directly to the Treasury – a rise of over 50% in little…

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