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Blog: Should AA staff be given police powers?

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AA staff are being given the power to take the details of drivers suspected of committing a motoring offence. Writer Chris Torney asks: Should this remain a job for the police?

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Why new MOT rules mean your car is more likely to fail

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New MOT rules mean your car is more likely to fail. Are these changes fair, asks motoring writer Maria McCarthy.

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Sock drawer Brits' top hiding place

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The sock drawer is the top hiding place for valuables at home, according to new research by Confused.com. But is your safe place a safe bet for thieves?

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Britain's most burgled: Are you insured?

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We take a look at some of the most desireable household items for thieves, that should be on your home insurance. We also break down some burglary stats and give you tips on keeping your stuff safe.

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The toughest cars ever made

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Forget safety ratings - the only way of truly testing a car's toughness is to put it through its paces on a banger racing circuit.

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'Seatbelt under the bump' pregnant drivers told

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Driving while pregnant can be awkward due to the baby bump. Motoring writer Maria McCarthy looks at how mums-to-be can remain comfortable behind the wheel.

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Five stupidly simple ways to kill your car

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Destroying your car is not as difficult as you might imagine. We explain how to give your motor the love and attention it needs for a long-lasting relationship.

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Top 20 speeding hotspots in the UK

Map of the UK's speeding hotspots

With speeds topping 160mph on UK roads, we've put together an interactive map showing the top 20 speeding hotspots in the UK in 2012.

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Are you a victim of Britain's growing pothole menace?

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The state of Britain's roads is deteriorating and increasing numbers of vehicles are suffering damage from hitting potholes, according to a new report.

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Top 5 buildings insurance claims

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Accidental damage and storm damage are the most common reasons for making a claim on buildings insurance policies, new research by Confused.com has found.

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