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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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How to wear a seatbelt when you're pregnant

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Driving with a baby bump can be awkward. Motoring writer Maria McCarthy looks at how mums-to-be can remain comfortable behind the wheel.  Read More…

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

A pothole and a car

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 has found.

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Top motoring convictions & their hidden cost

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Exclusive research by reveals the 10 most common motoring convictions – and how breaking the law can cost you hundreds of pounds when renewing your car insurance.

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Top 5 home contents insurance claims

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Accidental damage is the most common reason for making a claim on home contents insurance policies, new research by has found.

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Car thieves target Smart cars, BMWs & Bentleys

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Owners of Smart cars, BMWs, Bentleys and Maseratis are the most likely to be targeted by thieves and vandals, according to new research.


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Driving test horror stories

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Have you ever felt a little awkward on your driving test? Take a look at some of the most cringeworthy driving test stories.  Read More…

Kids' front door keys threaten home security

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Entrusting your child with their own house key is a rite of passage for most families, and some parents now give keys to children as young as nine. But before you get those keys cut, spare a thought for the security of your home.

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