Archive: September, 2011

Motorway speed limits ‘could be raised to 80mph’

Posted on 09/24/11 by Will Taylor

Motorway speed limits could be raised to 80mph to shorten journey times and boost the economy, it is reported.

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UK’s first hydrogen filling station opens

Posted on 09/23/11 by Andrew English

Swindon, BOC and Honda host the first commercial hydrogen filling station in the UK, which was opened this week.

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Tired driver hit with fine for taking a nap

Posted on 09/23/11 by David Millward

A tired motorist who stopped in a service area in the early hours of the morning to grab three hours rest has been hit with a £50 parking fine.

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Forces to race in Britcar 24 Hours at Silverstone

Posted on 09/23/11 by Chris Knapman

A Forces Team, supported by Mazda, is gearing up to compete in September’s Britcar 24 Hour race at Silverstone.

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School bus crash ‘could have caused serious, serious injury’

Posted on 09/22/11 by Telegraph Staff

Station Manager Dane Rollo says it is remarkable nobody died after a double-decker school bus crashed into a low bridge in Darlington.

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Teenagers injured as college bus crashes into bridge

Posted on 09/22/11 by Telegraph Staff

A double decker bus carrying teenagers to sixth form college has crashed into the underside of a bridge.

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Blind spot crashes increase

Posted on 09/21/11 by David Millward

The number of crashes caused by blind spots has risen by 50% over the last two years, a study has found.

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Blind spot accidents on the increase

Posted on 09/21/11 by David Millward

The number of “blind spot” accidents on Britain’s roads has risen sharply over the last two years, a study has found.

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New Jensen Interceptor to be built in Britain

Posted on 09/20/11 by Motoring news: breaking news on cars, the car industry and motorsport coverage from around the world

A new version of the Jensen Interceptor will be built at Browns Lane, the previous home of Jaguar.

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Google Earth measurements ‘wrong’, speeding court hears

Posted on 09/19/11 by Motoring news: breaking news on cars, the car industry and motorsport coverage from around the world

A university lecturer has been landed with a £4,000 legal bill and looks likely to lose his driving licence after failing to prove Google is more accurate than speed cameras.

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