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21 March 2012 at 14:13
With news that the UK could soon be trialling an 80mph speed limit on sections of its motorway network, do the new plans to increase the maximum permissible speed mean safety will be affected?
16 March 2012 at 14:22
A staggering 1 million cars checked by HPI – a primary source of information for the UK motor industry – last year returned a mileage discrepancy.
15 March 2012 at 12:15
We’re constantly told that speed is important to getting things done – in work, in life. We demand ever faster broadband speeds and want to be served quicker at the supermarket, so what’s the big deal over an extra 10mph?
Last November saw the announcement of six road improvement schemes that will affect major motorways and A-roads, causing headaches in the short term but aimed at improving life for motorists in the long run.
15 March 2012 at 12:10
After a lengthy consultation that included consulting with motoring organisations and examining current standards, the Government has decided to retain the current frequency of the annual MOT test.
12 March 2012 at 14:40
MOTs are a regular occurrence for drivers. If you own a car over three years old, you’ll need to book one every 12 months. So why do so many motorists rely on luck for their vehicles to pass the statutory Government assessment?
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