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Unmanned Fuel Stations Open

23 Mar, 2005

Oil giant Shell has opened Europe's first totally unmanned filling stations. The sites in Finland, France and Holland are identical to the 'pay at the pump' systems on some UK forecourts.

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Cay In Family way

23 Mar, 2005

It's a case of sibling rivalry for Porsche - an exclusive picture in this week's magazine reveals just how closely the forthcoming Cayman coupé will resemble the larger 911.

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New French 4x4s in '7' Heaven

23 Mar, 2005

There hasn't been a proper French SUV for years - and then two come along at once. Exclusive images in this week's magazine reveal the dynamic duo from Peugeot and Citroen, expected to be called the 707 and C7 respectively.

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A Hole Lot More Bother

23 Mar, 2005

Compensation claims for vehicles damaged by potholes have risen for the third year running. A shocking £93million was paid out to motorists making claims against councils in England last year, and that didn't include London.

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Toy Story Reveals All On Clio

23 Mar, 2005

We knew Renault's new Clio would be a supermini - but we weren't expecting it to be this small.

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A6 Scales Heights In Grip Show

23 Mar, 2005

Car companies will go to some extreme lengths to prove what their vehicles can do - and here's the latest example.

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New Signposts Bend The Rules

23 Mar, 2005

Give Way has a whole new meaning for road signs. Their support posts have been redesigned to bend and 'give way' if they are struck by a vehicle.

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Snowwhere To Hide For The Next MINI

23 Mar, 2005

New MINI, maximum exposure! Last week we brought you world exclusive pictures and info on the eagerly awaited MINI Clubman Estate - and now the mag's spies have captured the next-generation hatch undergoing winter testing.