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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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Used seven-seat Ssangyong Rodius

Used SsangYong Rodius is biggest of people carriers

THE seven-seat SsangYong Rodius is one of the biggest people carriers on the second-hand market and with low second-hand prices it should appeal to everyone who needs loads of space. It is rather ugly to most eyes, but at least that means it will be easy to find in the car park and you can […]

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Tom Wilkinson strides around the F1 paddock.

F1 costs – money is the name of the game

With the F1 costs being questioned once again in the past week, our F1 reporter TOM WILKINSON casts his eye on the commercial aspect of the sport and asks, is Formula 1 becoming too expensive? It’s a funny question, in this commercial world we live in, money rules. But sport is becoming increasingly more expensive […]

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What would happen if every car were electric?

ELECTRIC cars are often being heralded as the future of motoring as fuel supplies continue to dwindle. This has led to most of the governments in the developed world encouraging the adoption of environmentally friendly vehicles through tax breaks. The UK is no exception to this, but what would actually happen if every driver in […]

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Will Renault Kangoo EV ease business costs?

It isn’t an easy time to be the owner of a business which relies upon a vehicle fleet to carry out its operations, with fuel prices becoming an increasingly painful problem. However, Renault is taking steps to ease this financial burden with the launch of the all-electric Renault Kangoo van which is set to be […]

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Becoming fluent in French electric cars

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Renault Fluence ZE Charging around in an electric car, wheelworldreviews.co.uk editor DAVID HOOPER looks at the pros and cons of Renault’s battery-powered Fluence ZE. THERE’S been a bit of a buzz about electric cars in the last few years, but with few sales in the UK, it still seems to […]

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