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Lion's piece of the pie

29 Nov, 2005

French giant Peugeot is aiming to make some dough from an upper-crust customer, judging by its latest fleet contract. The firm has signed a £500,000 deal to supply 307s and 407s to senior staff at food distributor Allied Bakeries.

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Buyers' safety call

29 Nov, 2005

Crash test expert Euro NCAP celebrated 10 years in car safety this week with a conference in Brussels attended by UK transport minister Dr Stephen Ladyman and rally driver-turned MEP Ari Vatanen.

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At Full Chat by Mike Rutherford

29 Nov, 2005

Earlier this month came news that the Police National Computer, responsible for hounding allegedly law-breaking motorists, is less than 80 per cent accurate - or, as I prefer to think of it, more than 20 per cent inaccurate.

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Santa Fe ready for showroom

29 Nov, 2005

Shopping for a new 4x4 in 2006? This could be just what you're looking for.

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Meet the Saab that never was

29 Nov, 2005

Ready to roll - but on a road to nowhere. This is the Saab that never saw the light of day.

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Storm in a tea cup over signs

29 Nov, 2005

A row is brewing after the Government announced it was considering scrapping traditional 'cup and saucer' road signs for brand logos such as McDonalds and Burger King.

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News in brief

29 Nov, 2005

BOB Kiley, who introduced city congestion charges in Britain, to step down as London's commissioner of transport in January after disagreements with Mayor Ken Livingstone.

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Girls hog new car keys

29 Nov, 2005

Women are not the fairer sex when it comes to sharing a new motor, according to the latest research.

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Truck treat at Thai show

29 Nov, 2005

Check out the latest concept from Ford! The 4-Trac pick-up truck debuted at the Thailand Motor Expo in Bangkok, and certainly looks tough enough to handle the roughest terrain.

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Mobiles to sound off safety alerts

29 Nov, 2005

Accident blackspots could soon become bleep spots after engineers developed a new way of boosting safety using GPS technology and mobile phones.