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Video: Joey Essex explains where fuel comes from

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When Joey Essex met BRIAN the Robot. In this video, Joey Essex explains where fuel comes from.

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Car review: Mitsubishi Outlander hybrid electric SUV

Mitsubishi Outlander hybrid electric vehicle exterior

This high-tech hybrid SUV is in a class of its own. A great choice for environmentally conscious families, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.

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Parked up? Engine running? Lawbreaker!

Exhaust pipe emitting smoke

Drivers who don't cut their engines when waiting aren't just wasting fuel: they're breaking the law and risk being fined. Sue Hayward investigates.

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Blog: Have you turned on your heating yet?

Family warming their feet in front of the fire

The clock marking the official end of British Summer Time hasn't even gone back yet, but many are feeling the winter chill. Have you put your heating on yet?

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Motoring: The UK's 10 greenest cities revealed

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Vehicles in Peterborough have the lowest emissions, while those in London rate highest, as exclusive research by Confused.com shows a majority support urban alternatives to cars.

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Car review: Lexus IS 300h F SPORT

Lexus IS 300h F SPORT exterior

After a cheap-on-tax company car? The Lexus IS 300h saloon with its efficient hybrid engine is an excellent choice, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes Clay.

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Jury still out on park-and-ride schemes

Bus in Salford

For 40 years, councils have tried to address city-centre congestion with park-and-ride services. But for many motorists, these schemes have never taken off. Do you think these schemes work?

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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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Flood victims unhappy with response

  •  20 Mar, 2014
Flooded property

Most victims of the recent UK floods are not happy with the government's response, according to a new survey.

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£140m added to road repair kitty

  •  10 Mar, 2014
Road closed and flood sign

The worst-hit regions in the recent floods are to benefit from a share of £140 million of extra government aid to help repair roads damaged in England's wettest-ever winter.

 

 

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