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Should we be tougher on banned drivers who kill?

Caernarfon Crown Court

Harsher sentences are to be handed down to disqualified drivers who kill while behind the wheel. But is this law change necessary?

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Is the future of motoring electric?

Green electric car at charging station

Electric cars were once viewed as quirky and alternative vehicles chosen for ideological reasons. But is this set to change?

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Cheaper insurance for drivers with dashcams

dashcam

One of the UK's biggest car insurers is offering customers a 10% discount if they have a dashcam fitted. Will more insurers follow? We find out.

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Are lower speed limits really safer?

A 20mph sign

Cutting speed limits to 20mph in UK towns and cities is becoming increasingly popular. But campaigners warn that slowing traffic down might not be the road-safety solution that politicians say it is.

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Manufacturers cheating fuel tests

  •  06 May, 2014
Man filling up car petrol tank

A Brussels-based transport pressure group has accused car manufacturers of cheating the system in a bid to meet emission targets and trick motorists into buying their vehicles.

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The best and worst Jaguars

Jaguar E-Type

Jaguar - it's a British institution but which have been the best of the marque and which have struggled? Motoring journalist Rob Griffin takes a look.

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Ford issues money saving advice

  •  02 May, 2014
Car cost

Drivers have been given four top tips by a leading manufacturer that can apparently save them at least £800 a year.

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Government wants clearer road signs

  •  02 May, 2014
Road signs

The government wants to give councils new powers to reduce the number of road signs and markings across the UK.

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Car review: New Citroën Grand C4 Picasso

Citroen Grand C4 Picasso interior

Citroën’s latest Picasso has all the practicality you’d expect from a people carrier but considerable Gallic flair to boot, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay

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Green light for roads agency reform

  •  01 May, 2014
A busy motorway

The Highways Agency is to be transformed into a government-owned firm in a bid to save money and ensure the management of England's "neglected" main roads is improved.

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