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The battle against car thieves was stepped up a gear in 2005 by stolen vehicle recovery specialist Tracker. It returned more than £30million worth of motors to their rightful owners.
French giant Renault is turning to Japanese production methods to boost its cars' quality.
When it comes to new cars, there's more from Morgan! The British firm recently launched its fastest-selling model ever - and these sketches reveal how the new 4 Seater will look.
It's hot and it's official! The Civic Type R will be back - and fans can catch a sneak preview of the new hatch in the spring.
Red lights usually mean stop, but for Peugeot it means go, go, go. Caught in the eerie orange-red glow of the street lights, the entire 207 range undergoes winter testing - snared in action by us in this week's mag.
A clever way to create power for road signs and lamps has sparked unprecedented interest from Britain's councils and transport authorities.
Most motorists believe the roads will be less safe now that 24-hour drinking has been introduced.
Which do you think looks better, the new Fiat 124 or the new Mazda MX-5?
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