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It's a well known fact that car designers and journalists are never off-duty.
Find a friend - that's the message behind a new motorway scheme aimed at reducing congestion.
Shocking pink is the new orange. That's not a fashion tip, it's what road safety experts believe. They've started using fluorescent pink signs on American highways to alert drivers to unusual hazards.
The chunky looks were a winning formula when the current M-Class first appeared in 1998 - but it seems like Mercedes has slimmed them down for the next-generation model.
Here's a Polo aiming to keep buyers sweet until the next-generation model arrives in showrooms.
The advert could read: 'Loving home sought for Rover 414 SLi. Thousands of crashes, no damage.'
We don't recommend you try this at home! If MINI owners in America get pulled over by the police, they're being advised to try to bribe their way out of trouble by offering traffic cops some doughnuts.
Twelve thousand has long been the industry standard for average annual miles. But obviously there are huge variations in that, and price bible Glass's Guide has revealed them for the first time.
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