Archive: October, 2011

Men of many parts

Posted on 10/31/11 by Telegraph View

Telegraph View: An Aviva survey reveals that we are storing junk in our garages instead of our cars, which are actually worth something.

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HR Owen issues profit warning on supercar delays

Posted on 10/31/11 by Emily Gosden

Luxury car dealer HR Owen issued a profit warning on Monday, blaming a fall in demand and delays in the delivery of new models for denting its hopes of a strong second half.

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Top ten speed cameras identified

Posted on 10/31/11 by Andy Bloxham

The top ten speed cameras by revenue take £3million a year from motorists.

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How your car could be giving away clues about your personality

Posted on 10/29/11 by Richard Gray

Your car really does give clues about your personality, according to research by scientists.

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Italian government buys 19 Maserati supercars despite austerity cuts

Posted on 10/28/11 by Nick Squires

Opposing MPs blast outrageous indulgence at a time of heavy cuts.

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Italian govenment buys 19 Maserati supercars despite austerity cuts

Posted on 10/28/11 by Nick Squires

Opposing MPs blast outrageous indulgence at a time of heavy cuts.

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London M25 turns 25

Posted on 10/28/11 by Chris Knapman

This weekend marks the 25th anniversary of the completion of one of Europe’s busiest motorways, the M25 London Orbital.

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Tesla legal claim over Top Gear stunt thrown out

Posted on 10/28/11 by Telegraph Staff

Top Gear, the BBC motoring show, has won its legal battle with Tesla after the electric car manufacturer’s damages claim was thrown out of court.

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Saab moves closer to 100 million euro rescue deal

Posted on 10/28/11 by Chris Knapman

Swedish car-maker Saab has signed a deal with Chinese investors for 100 per cent of the company’s shares.

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Users of mobility scooters could face eyesight test

Posted on 10/27/11 by David Millward

Drivers of mobility scooters and electric wheelchairs could have to take eyesight tests, the Government has said.

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