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Japanese firm Mazda is to introduce a new system of re-employing retiring workers so they can pass on experience to the next generation of staff.
The march of the speed camera is to be reined in, according to Department for Transport plans. Money raised by the devices will not necessarily be put towards funding new sites in future, said Transport Secretary Alistair Darling.
Here's one dealer which has Christmas all wrapped up - with a bow!
I generally go along with this goodwill to all men stuff.
If you've got the urge, go for it. That's what bosses at Nissan North America seem to be saying with this new concept, set to make its world debut at next month's Detroit Motor Show.
Testing the latest cars isn't all glamour and comfort, as two Vauxhall engineers showed when we spied them conducting cold weather trials with the roof down in the new Astra TwinTop.
Toyota is upping the power stakes with a hot T Sport version of its new Yaris supermini.
Bad things certainly come in threes for Land Rover Discovery owners! The 4x4 maker has issued the third recall on the SUV in a month.
The novelty value is wearing off for the M6 Toll in the West Midlands. It's only two years old, and already the number of cars using the pay-to-go route is dropping.
Which do you think looks better, the new Fiat 124 or the new Mazda MX-5?
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