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Monday 26th November 2007

British automobile manufacturers Jaguar and Land Rover have announced that they will be giving young people the chance to enter the automotive repairs industry.


Monday 26th November 2007

Rush hour conditions are experienced up to seven times per day on one motorway in Scotland, it has been reported.


Friday 23rd November 2007

A number of vehicles bought in a used condition may need to be checked to make sure they are working correctly, it has been claimed.

Research from Experian that that 78 per cent of super mini cars were over three years old.


Friday 23rd November 2007

Motorists in Dorset have been warned by the local police to pay attention to the road while they are driving, it has been reported.

According to the Dorset Echo, authorities have stated this following a number of collisions across the region.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

Motorists who choose to stray into bus lanes during rush hour have been targeted by police in Norfolk, a local news source has reported.

According to the Norfolk Eastern Daily Press, officers have fined 105 rogue travellers £30 each over the activity.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

Over half of cyclists on roads in the UK are worried that vehicles coming to close to them will hit them, it has been reported.

According to a survey of more than 350 bike riders by Pedalite International, 51 per cent fear this, while 61 per believe that cars come too close.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

People taking to the road tired are more dangerous than those who are over the legal alcohol limit, new research has found.

According to a poll from What Car?, 40 per cent of respondents stated that they have fallen asleep behind the wheel.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

People on the road in the UK may find that they are paying for their vehicles based on where they buy it, according to new research.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

A new rating scheme on motorcycle helmets launched by the Department for Transport (DfT) could save a number of lives each year, it has been claimed.


Thursday 22nd November 2007

The number of vehicles produced in the UK went up in October for the fourth consecutive month, new figures have shown.

Statistics from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that 152,253 cars rolled out of manufacturing plants over the course of the month.


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