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Tuesday 30th August 2011

A new website has been set up in order to help people avoid fines for disposing of their cars in an inappropriate manner, according to an industry source.

Wednesday 24th August 2011

Many travellers have become aware in recent years of the problems of sitting for extended periods during long haul air flights, due to the risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). However, it seems now that more people may be at risk as the condition may occur in car passengers as well.

Monday 22nd August 2011

Buyers beware! That's the message from car history check firm HPI, which has launched an industry-wide crackdown on businesses which are exploiting its name.

Friday 19th August 2011

 A fifth (21%) of British motorists would call family members rather than their breakdown cover provider, especially if the problem could be described as "embarrassing".

Mark Bower-Dyke, chairman of Be Wiser Insurance, comments:

Friday 19th August 2011

 With expensive portable devices becoming ever more commonplace, a parked car can be a more appealing target to criminals than other forms of theft.

Mark Bower-Dyke, chairman of Be Wiser Insurance, comments:

Tuesday 16th August 2011

Drivers in the UK have been warned of the dangers of fronting by a leading price comparison service. The practice involves parents insuring their child's car in their name in order to keep prices down - something around two-thirds of mums and dads would consider, according to the company.

Monday 15th August 2011

For many drivers the daily grind of sitting in traffic jams and feeling trapped by lights and junctions can only be relieved by a big release of tension. For some this means watching beat up old cars perpetually crashing into each other.

Thursday 11th August 2011

A proportion of motorists across the UK are filling their cars up with an illegal fuel substance, it has been claimed. Research from Revenue and Customs found that in some areas of the country around one in five vehicles were found with red diesel inside.

Wednesday 10th August 2011

With opportunist car crime on the increase industry experts are saying they would like to see all windows in all new cars fitted with toughened glass.

Monday 8th August 2011

Those motorists who live in areas controlled by congestion charges are increasingly coming under threat from a new breed of criminal menace. Police and motor insurance companies are warning drivers of an increase in number plate thefts, stolen to avoid paying the congestion charge.

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