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  • Sat nav just got better

    Sat nav just got better

    A new portable navigation device offers better guidance to drivers. The Clarion portable navigation unit is designed to deliver the clearest route yet. It is capable of producing a 3D map of buildings, landmarks and…

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  • Big blue wheel stars in TV ad

    Big blue wheel stars in TV ad

    Motors.co.uk airs its first TV commercial this week. Click to see what we've been up to. Watch the new Motors.co.uk TV ad. Motors.co.uk is now on the telly. The UK’s smartest web site for car…

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  • Taking you inside Vauxhall's new Insignia family car

    Taking you inside Vauxhall's new Insignia family car

    First pictures of 'new Vectra's' classy, stylish cabin design. Vauxhall has today released first pictures showing inside its Insignia family car, which gs on sale from October. The Insignia takes over from the make’s long-running…

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  • Nissan plans new Brit-built car for North-east factory

    Nissan plans new Brit-built car for North-east factory

    Sunderland plant wins new model to take over from MicraNissan has announced plans to build an all-new small car at its Sunderland plant, starting in 2010. The news came as Prime Minister Gordon Brown toured…

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  • Tips for driving abroad

    Tips for driving abroad

    Summer is finally here, and it’s worth thinking about the changes you need to make if you are planning to drive abroad. The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has issued some simple guidelines to ensure…

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  • Ford launches low-CO2 Focus

    Ford launches low-CO2 Focus

    Economy version of best-selling Focus promises no congestion charges or road tax bills. With its new Focus ECOnetic, Ford has joined the rush of manufacturers readying low-CO2 models for sale. The new £16,050 small family…

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  • Govt spends only a quarter of fuel tax income on roads

    Govt spends only a quarter of fuel tax income on roads

    UK pays most fuel tax in Europe but has shockingly poor roads. High petrol and diesel prices earn the Treasury extra income from taxes. And, in the past, drivers could console themselves by knowing that…

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  • Women drive motoring forward

    Women drive motoring forward

    Women have become one of the biggest influences in driving car sales to new heights. According to a National Travel Survey conducted by the Department for Transport, in 1975/76 only 29 per cent of women…

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  • Clarkson admits driving at 186mph on public roads

    Clarkson admits driving at 186mph on public roads

    Top Gear presenter says he drove at more than twice the speed limit in Bugatti Veyron. The BBC is facing calls to sack Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson after he admitted driving at 186mph on a…

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