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Wiltshire and Swindon Camera Partnership's rollout of speed camera vans on the M4 has triggered a new drivers' road safety protest group.
Worldwide, around 99.9 per cent of the people who've purchased new cars this year have not bought Rovers. In Britain so far in 2005, precisely 98.5 per cent of customers have decided Longbridge-badged products aren't for them.
After a house the car is the second biggest purchase we make, yet British motorists devote three times as long purchasing a new suit or a dress than their next car.
Aston Martin Works Service has extended its exclusive Body & Accident Repair Centre, creating the largest specialist Aston Martin body repair facility in the world.
The latest SMMT CO2 report shows a continued downward trend in new car carbon emissions.
A tabby cat called Miles lost one of his lives as a Renault Croydon service technician discovered him huddled under a Mégane engine tray as it was removed for a service.
Why take one national newspaper journalist to the cleaners, when you can take two?
Fixed site speed cameras are due to be turned on along a stretch of the M4 in Wiltshire between Bath and Hungerford.
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