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01 April 2015 at 10:34

One of the world's most iconic sports car manufacturers is set to open a new exclusive dealership in central London.MG said its forthcoming multi-million pound showroom will open in Piccadilly.The fashionable shopping, business and theatre area, which links Piccadilly Circus to Hyde Park Corner, stretches almost one mile (or 1.6km) across the capital.Piccadilly is already home to many household...

01 April 2015 at 10:34

Honda's next-generation five-door Civic is to be built on British shores.The Japanese automaker has announced that its plant in Swindon will be responsible for the global production of the car.It is investing £200 million in the Wiltshire facility, taking total investment at the site to £2.2 billion since it opened in 1985, in a move that will also safeguard jobs.Production of the next-generati...

01 April 2015 at 10:34

Land Rover is getting ready to lift the lid on its most luxurious and powerful series-production Range Rover to date.The British automaker will unveil the Range Rover SVAutobiography, which it claims will add even more luxury, design sophistication and performance to an enhanced line-up, across the Atlantic in the Big Apple.It will take pride of place at the 2015 New York International Auto Sho...

01 April 2015 at 10:34

A road safety charity has put together new guidance to help businesses advise their workers on how to drive more safely. Brake's resource pack is aimed at businesses and organisations of all sizes but particularly small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that do not place as much emphasis on road risk management.Bigger firms can use the resources to pass on motoring and road safety advice to ...

31 March 2015 at 13:57

British Summer Time may be upon us but motorists are being warned of cold and windy weather today (March 31). Strong winds and the chance of snow in some parts of the UK will make driving conditions difficult for many on the roads, with a yellow "be aware" warning in place for much of the day because of the blustery weather.Overnight, 70mph winds battered parts of North Wales, the Bristol Chan...

31 March 2015 at 13:57

Motorists will be able to get their hands on Ford's new S-Max multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) within the next few months, with prices starting from £24,545, it has been announced.Unveiling the new pricing structure for its MPVs, the manufacturer says the new C-Max will be available from £18,195 and the B-Max from £13,095.The new five-seater C-Max is to boast technological features such as voice-act...

31 March 2015 at 13:57

Highways authorities are mulling over changing the ways in which they maintain Scotland's roads.Derek Mackay, the Scottish Government's minister for transport and islands, says the move is part of efforts to improve services and use resources more efficiently.Transport Scotland has forked out an extra £2.5 million on trunk road repairs - including resurfacing and pothole patching work - over th...

31 March 2015 at 13:57

Non-European motorists are being given the chance to buy more models from one of Britain's most iconic car brands. Buying a car from Aston Martin across further ranges will be made easier, the company has announced.That is because the high-end English manufacturer is starting work later in 2015 on new export models, targeted at Middle Eastern and Chinese markets, among others.The British Gover...

30 March 2015 at 11:18

The clocks may have gone forward but wintry conditions returned with a vengeance to hit motorists this weekend. The start of the Easter school holidays saw heavy rain and gales buffet north-westerly parts of Britain.Drivers have been told to expect rain, wind and snow to strike parts of Britain in the coming days.These kinds of conditions may keep breakdown cover operatives busy, and motorists...

30 March 2015 at 11:18

Countryside dwellers could benefit from more integrated local transport, thanks to a new one-stop-shop funding method.The Government has revealed the latest winners of bids for cash from its Total Transport Pilot Fund.This will enable English local councils to attempt to find new, improved methods of joining up public transport in isolated regions.The new announcement aims to reduce wastage of ...

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