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Nov 18

How to Challenge Speeding Fines


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People who receive the much feared “notice of intended prosecution” through the door over a speeding offence, or who are actually stopped for speeding during the act, tend to rail at the unfairness of it all. However, regardless of what circumstances may have prompted the action, speeding is speeding and the best thing to do when caught is admit it and pay up, as there is no real excuse for breaking the law.

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Nov 18

30 Billion Funding Boost for Road Network


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Ministers in the United Kingdom have dubbed as “the biggest ever” the investment of £30 billion in Britain’s roads, which was revealed in last week’s Budget, with the great majority of the funding coming from road tax.

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25
Oct 18

The Rolls-Royce Story


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Many car enthusiasts regard Rolls-Royce as the ultimate symbol of craftsmanship, refinement and extravagance in motor cars, regardless of how expensive their vehicles may be, and the history of this legendary company continues to fascinate.

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11
Oct 18

Driving Test Tips for Success


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It is normal for new drivers to be nervous as they approach the day of their driving test, but the way to ensure such nerves are placated on the day is to make sure you are as prepared as you can possibly be. The good news is there are a number of tips to follow that can be a big help in making sure that your nervousness does not unduly affect your performance in your driving test.

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27
Sep 18

Apple Driverless Car Hit by Driver


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One of the secret driverless vehicles being developed by tech giant Apple has been involved in a car accident on an expressway close to the Silicon Valley headquarters of the company, according to the road authority of California. However the driverless car was not the one at fault, being rear-ended by an all too human driver.

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20
Sep 18

New Eye Test for Drivers: What You Must Know


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Police in the United Kingdom have launched a crackdown on road users who have defective vision, which will mean that any driver who is unable to pass a roadside eye test will have their driving licence taken away from them immediately.

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30
Aug 18

Will Autonomous Vehicles be the End for the Driving Test?


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The driving test could become a thing of the past because of self-driving cars within the next couple of decades, some industry experts believe.

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16
Aug 18

How Does a Car’s Engine Stay Cool?


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A great deal of heat is produced by a car engine when running, and it needs to be continuously cooled in order to prevent damage to the engine. This is usually done with the circulating of coolant liquid, which is normally water combined with an anti-freeze solution, via special cooling passages, although there are some engines that are cooled by air that flows across finned cylinder casings.

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26
Jul 18

3 Bargain Used Cars for New Drivers


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Buying a used car is one of the simplest ways to cut down on the costs associated with motoring, particularly for new drivers who are just buying their first vehicle. There is no reason why owning a used car should not result in a hassle-free ownership experience – so long as you make sure to purchase one of the best used vehicles on the market.

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12
Jul 18

What Should You Take on a Long Car Journey?


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Road trips can be exciting and fun, but it is important to make sure that certain preparations have been made in advance of a lengthy drive. Everyone has their own methods of ensuring their readiness for such an endeavour, be it by making a list of items to pack, collecting together a playlist of favourite songs, or bringing along much loved food items or games; but it is also crucial to take certain items that can make the drive safer, cheaper or just more interesting!

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