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£2 or a £60 fine?


IT SEEMS SOME drivers think there’s still a war on. A survey estimates that 2.6m cars are being driven with defective lights
Great Drives: Chelmsford to Brookmans Park, England

Great Drives: Chelmsford to Brookmans Park, England


The green belt outside London doesn’t only prevent the capital from engulfing southern England; it also provides a network of twisty country roads...
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Great drives: the Wild Atlantic Way


To kick off our new Great Drives series, Nick Rufford dips into the Wild Atlantic Way, a 1,500-mile route along Ireland’s rugged coast
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Crash, bang, dinner


The boss of a national wildlife charity has emerged as an unlikely champion of roadkill cuisine.
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News: Porsche previews Macan SUV ahead of LA motor...


Porsche has previewed its new medium-size Macan SUV, one month ahead of the model’s debut at the Los Angeles motor show.
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News: Mitsubishi previews next Shogun hybrid in Tokyo...


Mitsubishi has released images of three concept vehicles, one of which is likely to be the next Shogun.
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The world’s worst car names


At this week’s Frankfurt motor show, Nissan added a new entry to the big book of bizarre car monikers: the Friend-Me. With its social network-inspired...
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News: Men mourn loss of garage, claims new survey


It was once a place where a man could escape to fettle and tinker but today, as homes become more crowded, a new survey has found that the garage...
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2013 Frankfurt motor show – the view from press day


There is no motor show in the world the itinerant hack loves to hate more than Frankfurt’s. If you thought bigger meant better only in America...
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News: Ford launches new premium Vignale sub-brand


With higher specification models accounting for more than half of its large-car sales in Europe, Ford is launching a luxury sub-brand...
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Council admits it looks “absurd”


A council has apologised after contractors painted double-yellow lines in a gap just 9in wide.
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Can GT Academy find UK’s real racing talent among...


Where would sport be without the fairytales? The footballers, athletes, boxers who have climbed out of the dirt and desperation of desolate poverty...