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Friday 27th June 2008

A number of vehicles have been seized by police in Suffolk over the first four months of a rogue driver crackdown, it has been reported.

The Lowestoft Journal has revealed that officers have taken 623 automobiles from roads in the area during the period.


Friday 27th June 2008

2009 is shaping up to be a brighter 12 months for the secondhand car industry than this year, according to experts.


Friday 27th June 2008

Residents in an area of Lancashire have been promised by officials that action will be taken against speeders behaving dangerously on the roads, it has been reported.


Friday 27th June 2008

Motorists in Scotland have been warned to ensure their belongings are out of sight when they leave their vehicles, it has been reported.

According to the Hamilton Advertiser, a car park in Motherwell has been named among the most likely sites for break-ins.


Thursday 26th June 2008

Switching from a car to a motorcycle is a viable option for a number of females looking to sidestep the credit crunch, new research has indicated.

According to the Post Office, some 14 per cent of women who drive would change their mode of transport in order to cut costs.


Thursday 26th June 2008

There will be more than 20 vehicles making their global debut at this year's British International Motor Show (BIMS).

People visiting the exhibition this July will be among the first in the world to see the Nissan Qashqai 2, Seat Ibiza SportCoupe and the new Land Rover Discovery.


Thursday 26th June 2008

Residents in Henley have asked the police to help them improve road safety by carrying out speed checks around the area, it has been reported.


Thursday 26th June 2008

Speeders beware - police officers in Mansfield have an increased number of speed guns with which to catch out rogue drivers, it has been reported.


Thursday 26th June 2008

Motorists in Cambourne were caught speeding at a rate of one per minute during a 90-minute crackdown on the crime, a local news source has reported.


Thursday 26th June 2008

Motorists heading to Spain on a road trip this summer are going to the cheapest country in Europe for motoring, it has been claimed.

The Post Office has found that the cost of driving in Spain is cheaper than in the UK, Germany and France.


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