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A local project to convert cars to run on oil from takeaway restaurants has proved so successful, there are worries the area now smells of chips.
Czech it out...! Auto Express has done the double again. Not only have we scooped first pictures of Skoda's next Fabia, undisguised and on the road, but we've new shots of the Roomster, too.
Advances in car automation are actually increasing the likelihood of road accidents, according to a new study.
French maker Citroen's C4 TV robot will be dancing a new jig of delight after the company smashed its all-time sales record.
A football-style red and yellow card system is being brought in to tackle aggressive anti-social driving.
Two-thirds of motorists think the penalty point system for speeding convictions is unfair and an insufficient deterrent.
A roadside snack attack has been ordered because of safety fears. The number of burger vans operating in Britain is rising, and in future any deemed to be parked where customers could cause a hazard will be in for a grilling over their positioning.
Staff at Lamborghini should earn double overtime in 2006! The firm is set to develop both rear-drive and lightweight versions of the Gallardo, as it tries to maintain momentum in the sporting market.
It's built some of the world's finest supercars - but now Lamborghini is going back to its roots with an astonishing 4x4, exclusively revealed in this week's mag.
Which do you think looks better, the new Fiat 124 or the new Mazda MX-5?
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