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This new sign will soon be a regular sight for motorists who fill with fuel at supermarkets.
Could this be the scene that will greet first-day visitors to the British Motor Show next summer? It's company boss Helmut Panke on stage and taking the wraps off an all-new BMW.
It's a firm best known for keeping vehicles planted to the road. But now tyre giant Michelin is launching new products that offer similar levels of grip while running or hill walking.
Black box technology is being used to shut down car engines if drivers fail to make finance payments.
Cars that can see in the dark are a step closer. Safety specialist Autoliv has developed a system enabling motorists to view the road without lights.
One of the world's biggest car makers has woken up to the potential of hybrid engines, and vowed to offer as many as half its models in eco-friendly form by the end of the decade.
Is this the car that will see Peugeot roaring to the top of the compact family hatchback sales charts?
What happens when a lone female driver breaks down - will anyone stop to help? The answer is a resounding no.
Would you support a diesel scrappage scheme to get older diesel cars off the road?
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