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The Union flag might be at half-mast over Longbridge, but the red and yellow one of China is flying high at Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC).
Six CDs, £5.29 in loose change, an air freshener, two old parking tickets and five-day-old food - that's what the average person has in their motor, according to a survey.
Bridge-bashing cases could soon rise - as new research shows lorries are getting taller.
This isn't exactly the perfect way to celebrate the news that an all-new Renault-backed budget car is coming to the UK - a crash test has raised concerns about safety standards in the Dacia Logan.
It's taken five years of tests, but finally this clever new 'variable' speed bump is going on sale.
Just as the Freelander adopts similar styling to the Discovery, Mercedes' new small SUV is looking to its larger M-Class brother for inspiration.
Exclusive pictures in this week's mag show two new 4x4s that are set to become top-sellers in both mainstream and premium sectors of the off-road market.
A hi-tech replacement for the old Stop-Go sign on a pole will soon be bringing traffic to a halt wherever the road is being dug up. The cute Millennium mobile lights have been launched for use at temporary roadworks.
ITALY: A thief who stole a bus in Genoa followed the correct timetable and picked up passengers for an hour - then abandoned the vehicle.
The Roomster is about to become the Vroomster! Insiders at Skoda have revealed the mini-MPV - first seen at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show - has been confirmed for production.
Which high-tech option would you be most likely to specify if you were buying a new car?
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