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Hands off! That's the message from the maker of this new talk-as-you-drive mobile phone kit, which allows motorists to chat without taking their hands off the wheel.
Scientists have proved there's no 'arm' in trying to improve cars' interiors using new hi-tech equipment.
It's TT times two! In a sensational double scoop, Auto Express in this week's issue has spied virtually undisguised prototypes of Audi's next-generation TT Coupé and Roadster.
One of the most famous names in British sports car building is back! The legendary Healey badge is set to return in 2007 after an absence of more than 30 years.
The E-Type is back! Jaguar's all-new XK has been a long time coming and is charged with reviving the fortunes of the leaping Cat.
We have teamed up with our sister magazine, evo, to offer Auto Express readers the chance to learn the art of circuit driving from some of the most experienced instructors in the UK.
About 50 per cent of calls for quotes for car insurance are made from mobile phones, according to Adrian Flux Insurance, which can work out quite expensive if the caller is on a pay-as-you go network.
Nearly a third of drivers have not worn a seatbelt while in a moving car at some time in the last year, according to a recent survey by Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Ten years ago the UK's first high-visibility, patterned police cars appeared on our roads and Austrian firm Steyr prepared Audi's TT for production.
Mobile snack bar owners have their own industry body - the Nationwide Caterers' Association (NCASS) - open to anyone from burger van owners to corporate hospitality firms.
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