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At Full Chat by Mike Rutherford

30 Aug, 2005

If you do something seriously wrong, you should expect severe but appropriate punishment. In motoring terms, that's verbal or written warnings, fines, licence endorsements, dearer car insurance, a driving ban or even a custodial sentence.

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Audi planning S-express

30 Aug, 2005

Car manufacturers normally resort to taping up headlamps and badges to prevent us from seeing important details on their pre-production machines during on-road testing.

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Vans for memory on Ford's 40th

30 Aug, 2005

Here's what we call a long service interval! The Transit van is 40 this year... and a number of technicians who maintained the original model continue to work for Ford today.

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It's a RAV-olution as top Toyota gets a new look

30 Aug, 2005

One of next year's biggest-selling 4x4s is about to be RAV-ealed! The third generation of Toyota's RAV4 will debut at next month's Frankfurt Motor Show.

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Alfa in u-turn over Spider

30 Aug, 2005

Here's proof that Alfa Romeo really has built a topless spider version of its 8c Competizione concept model.

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Wide world

30 Aug, 2005

JAPAN: Traffic wardens in Kobe are to start using stronger glue when attaching parking tickets - to foil drivers who claim the documents have blown away.

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Mystery Vauxhall vanishes

30 Aug, 2005

Don't get stuck in Vauxhall's web of deceit: Auto Express has uncovered an amazing blunder on an official GM site.