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News: The only way is back to the garage for Ferrari...


The driver of this new Ferrari 458 tested the car to destruction
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Points: Letters of the week, June 29


The issues that got you talking this week
Speeding France

British holidaymakers warned as France cracks down...


Ready, aim, fine: why the French police have declared open season on speeding British drivers
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News: Mother gives birth in speeding car being chased...


Police who chased a car travelling at up to 100mph got a shock when they stopped it and the driver jumped out shouting his daughter was inside having...
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News: Pasta sauce thrown at Tunbridge Wells man’s...


On the night England lost to Italy in the World Cup, an entirely innocent Alfa Romeo Brera was “pasta’d” by mindless vandals.
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News: Motorway speeders could face £10,000 fine as...


Drivers are bracing themselves for a sharp increase in fines for a range of motoring offences as the government looks to give magistrates greater...
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News: Higher fuel prices and speed cameras rein in...


CONGESTION AND roadworks can reduce traffic to a crawl on motorways but away from these irritations and on rare, free-flowing stretches, fewer drivers...
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News: Police to give motorcyclists a lesson they won’t...


An Ariel Atom has been recruited by Somerset and Avon police to help educate motorcyclists, and reduce the number of bike accidents in the region.
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Right, Mr Bond, I expect you to floor it


Now that Britain’s spooks can legally break the speed limit, the former head of MI5 Jonathan Evans learns how to go on a hot pursuit and beat off...
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News: “Sniffer” dog unmasked as serial tyre biter


A dog that appeared to be sniffing the tyres of parked cars has been unmasked as a vandal after CCTV footage revealed it was instead puncturing them...
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News: Using his arms to signal, student drove skeleton...


AS A way of reducing the time spent washing it, this door and bonnet-less Peugeot has some merit.
WHEN DANIEL Witte paid nearly £70,000 for his dream car he wasn’t taking any chances with security. The Sunday Times reader from the West Midlands fitted the Audi RS 4 Avant with a top-rated alarm and parked it on his drive, monitored by two clearly visible CCTV cameras.

Gone in 90 seconds: How thieves hack into and steal...


Thefts of supposedly impregnable keyless-entry cars are on the rise, thanks to devices available on the internet that can be used to program blank...