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Watchdog reveals how locations are chosen in 'good hunting grounds' for making money rather than improving safety
The end of June saw a massive spike in bookings.
To escape homes for an overnight stay, poll finds
Four in five drivers don't wipe sensitive information they upload before selling them, says Which?
The new lifted estate version of the Taycan EV has been spotted in testing alongside its saloon sibling
he AA says the perceived lack of charging points is a myth. The UK now has twice as many electric vehicle (EV) charging points as petrol stations, according to new government figures. Data released yesterday (June 11) by the Department for Transport (DfT) showed almost 18,000 electric car charging points are now dotted around the UK.
And that number rises noticeably among high-risk people and taxi drivers. Four in 10 British motorists fear catching Covid-19 from petrol pumps, according to new research published this week.
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with road-rusty motorists returning as lockdown eased Accidental damage claims are up by 39% in England since lockdown eased South Central, London and the North East have seen biggest rise We reveal what you can do to help stay focused when back on the road
DVLA struggles to process applications during pandemic
The 6¾-litre V8 engine is no more. Bentley's legendary 6¾-litre V8 engine has finally reached the end of its life, having been in production for more than 60 years, and with the same configuration and bore spacing
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Pothole claims will need to be made by several stricken motorists after the road damage caused tyres to flatten. Staff at a nearby garden centre say over two dozen incidents have been caused by the crater formed on the side of the road.
Motorists face 'forecourt lottery' with cost of filling up an average car varying by £18 at garages just two miles apart