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12 October 2012 at 16:20
You read that headline right – a line of Minis will assemble at Dorney Lake, Eton, Berkshire with the aim of stretching for over one while mile.
12 October 2012 at 13:57
You’re rushing back to the airport after a week or two of blissful relaxation in the sun, you park up the hire car and leg it to the check-in desk.
11 October 2012 at 15:50
Get your earplugs out, you’re going to need them – the historic motoring museum at Brooklands is opening its doors to fans this Sunday, the 14 October, with its second annual Autumn Motorsport Day.
02 October 2012 at 17:06
Motor shows are an ideal showcase for future technology and Paris 2012 was no different. Continuous improvements are what will keep cars on the roads – and ensure we drives continue to have a cheap, easy and interesting form of personal transport.
02 October 2012 at 16:44
The 2012 Paris Motor Show was a veritable feast for the eco-focused car enthusiast. This year, there were two main trends that emerged from the show floor.
01 October 2012 at 17:15
Do we still make cars in the UK? Quite simply, yes we do. And our automotive industry is a rare shining light in a largely depressed European car sector.
30 September 2012 at 09:14
The British motor industry is alive and well – thriving, in fact – as was proven to the world at last week’s 2012 Paris Motor Show.
25 September 2012 at 16:26
Staged accidents are part of the trio of car insurance fraud scams that is costing the industry around £200 million per year.A staged accident is similar to an induced collision (rather than a contrived crash) in that two vehicles do actually make contact with each other, causing damage with the intention of defrauding an insurance company.
25 September 2012 at 16:18
Car insurance fraud is a way deceitful people try to make money from bogus crashes – and there is a type of fraud that doesn’t even require an accident to have physically occurred. Contrived accidents are just that – it’s where a scammer will make a false insurance claim on a policy but the accident will not have actually occurred. It’s simply a way for the charlatans to swindle the insurance company.
25 September 2012 at 16:14
Forcibly causing accidents to benefit from car insurance pay-outs is big business. It’s also highly illegal and classed as car insurance fraud. That doesn’t stop some dishonest drivers from inciting a collision though. We want to make sure you’re aware of the potential scams out there, so we’re explaining just what ‘induced’, ‘staged’ and ‘contrived’ accidents are and the differences between the three.