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First conviction over middle-lane driving

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A van driver from the North-west has become the first person to be convicted under new anti-social driving legislation. But is the law having the desired effect?

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Secondhand cars: Could you bag a bargain with a write-off?

Car accident

Many vehicles that have been written off can still be repaired and put back on the road. But potential buyers need to do their homework to avoid being ripped off.

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Car insurance extras: Which do you need?

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Insurers offer a multitude of add-ons to accompany your car insurance policy. But do you actually need them?

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Car review: Suzuki Celerio

Suzuki Celerio

The Suzuki Celerio is cheap, efficient and has room enough for families, but steer clear if you’re after driving thrills, writes reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.

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Car review: BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer

BMW 2 Series Grand Tourer

For parents that want a touch of style from their people carrier, the BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer could be worth a look, writes Tim Barnes-Clay.

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The dos and don'ts of campervanning

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A campervan can offer you freedom and flexibility on your summer holiday, says Rebecca Lees. Follow these tips to ensure a successful trip.

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What should you do if your car breaks down?

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Firstly, don't panic. Follow these steps if your car ever breaks down.  Read More…

Breakdown kit checklist

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The ultimate checklist for when your car breaks down come rain or shine.  Read More…

The hidden cost of hire claims

Car hire costing £80 per day
After a car accident, you might be offered a courtesy or hire car replacement, but the difference could cost you thousands.  Read More…

The 5 worst places in the world to break down

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These are probably the worst places for your car to break down. Let's hope it never happens.  Read More…