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Car tax disc rule changes

Road tax changes come into force from October 1, 2014

FOR more than 93 years, we’ve had to display a tax disc in our windscreens – but after October 1, 2014, that will no longer be the case – but don’t think you’ll get away without taxing your vehicle! The tax disc is being phased out as part of an overhaul of road tax arrangements […]

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Sergio Perez is the new boy at McLaren and has a lot to prove.

F1 2013 preview – thrills and spills, guaranteed!

With the start of the new Formula 1 season just days away, DAVID HOOPER previews the 2013 season. IT’S less than a week to go before the start of the much-anticipated 2013 Formula 1 season and the sport’s fans are already speculating on who will win this year’s championship. After his performance last year, I’ll […]

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The Aprilia Shiver

Riders get to grips with new bike licence rules

Motorcycle licence laws changed for new bike riders in January 2013. HARRIET RIDLEY explains what the changes mean. THERE’S never been a better time to get on two wheels – and I’m talking about those that come with an engine. Rail fares are set to rise way above inflation again in the New Year, and […]

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Vauxhall Mokka

Vauxhall Mokka road test – we review revised model

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Vauxhall Mokka Following revisions to the Vauxhall Mokka for UK customers, KEITH WARD has a look at the new range and what else in the Vauxhall pipeline. ON initial press trials abroad, early Korean-built left-hand-drive versions of the Mokka proved not to be everyone’s cup of tea, Vauxhall concede. For […]

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Women drivers facing insurance premiums hike

INSURANCE premiums for women drivers are set to rise from December when new EU legislation comes into force. Younger female motorists are likely to be the hardest hit by the hike with some seeing their insurance costs rise by as much as 25 per cent. The change in law follows a ruling by the European […]

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