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Flat battery woes

2 Nov, 2005

According to the RAC more than 17 per cent of all vehicle breakdowns are a result of a flat battery. Meteorologists are predicting that we are in for the most severe winter in over 50 years.

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Tyred out

2 Nov, 2005

One in ten British motorists will be driving with at least one faulty tyre this winter, with an online tyre company highlighting how little motorists know about tyre safety.

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Careless driving offence no deterrent

2 Nov, 2005

The Home Office claim that the new offence of causing death by careless driving will act as a deterrent and make drivers more careful on the road but the ABD (Association of British Drivers) claims the law will not achieve this aim and that the gover

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Blind panic

2 Nov, 2005

Thousands of motorists with poor eyesight are endangering Britain's road users by failing to wear their glasses or contact lenses, according to new research by Privilege Insurance.

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At Full Chat by Mike Rutherford

1 Nov, 2005

Don't imagine for a minute that Tokyo is the only motoring town on Japan's automotive map. About 15 years ago, I popped into Hiroshima for a chat with Mazda's top brass.

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Tifosi toddlers sitting pretty

1 Nov, 2005

Car fans can start young - and here's the ideal seat for true baby enthusiasts. It's an official Ferrari toddler chair, on sale in the UK next month and designed to fit in most vehicles - not only expensive Italian ones!

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Girls told to grin and not bear it!

1 Nov, 2005

It's a cover-up. That's the message to exhibitors at the world's biggest aftermarket and tuning show. Organisers of the SEMA event in Las Vegas have decided scantily clad glamour girls, like those pictured, are to be banned!

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Sun rises on Vauxhall's next roadster

1 Nov, 2005

Something for the weekend? Race-inspired concepts were clearly in vogue at SEMA, and Ford rival GM unveiled this one-off version of the Pontiac Solstice dubbed the Weekend Racer.

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Topless GT hits Vegas jackpot

1 Nov, 2005

THE Ford GT has blown its top. This is how the stunning supercar could have looked if Ford had decided to build a roadster version.