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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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Volvo V40 DE SE Nav

Volvo V40 D2 SE Nav road test: Luxury and economy!

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: VOLVO V40 D2 SE Nav: With more than 58 miles to the gallon in real world driving conditions, DAVID HOOPER says this Volvo V40 is as good as anything on the market at the moment. CAR design is a very subjective thing, some people will love the way a car […]

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Now you can have an Audi A1 with five doors

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Audi A1 Sportback As Audi adds to its A1 range with a new five-door Sportback, motoring writer KEITH WARD has a look at the new range. SIX months after unveiling the acclaimed A1 as a posh little three-door hatchback, the prolific Audi are back on the launch pad with a […]

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Better economy bonus for Juke buyers

There are free and unexpected bonuses for Juke buyers! MOTORISTS buying Nissan’s Juke crossover will be getting a bonus they hadn’t banked on. As part of the company’s philosophy of continuous improvement, the manual gearbox 1.6-litre petrol and 1.5-litre dCi turbodiesel models have been made even cleaner and offer greater fuel efficiency. The petrol version […]

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Compensation costing councils millions

The standard of road maintenance in some areas leaves lots to be desired. IT’S road rage with a difference as angry drivers are getting stuck in to councils across the UK. Every day, local authorities are having to cough up cash to motorists. The average claim for damage to vehicles caused by potholes is £200 […]

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Chancellor cuts cost of fuel by 1p per litre in Budget

The cost of filling up is cut – but will anyone notice? THE Chancellor George Osborne today bowed to pressure from hard pressed motorists and various campaign groups and cut the fuel duty by 1p per litre from 6pm tonight. The move has been widely welcomed, although some campaigners have said that there should have […]

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