Archive: January, 2012

Speeding levy will bring law into disrepute, warns RAC

Posted on 01/31/12 by Professor Stephen Glaister

The director of the RAC Foundation, warns that an “opportunistic” move to raise money for victims by fining speeding motorists up to £100 will bring the law into disrepute.

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Motorists to be hit with £100 speeding fines to support victims

Posted on 01/30/12 by Tom Whitehead

Ken Clarke outlines plans for increases in speeding penalties, with the extra income used to fill funding gap for victims of crime

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Silverstone Classic 2012: BMW Z-series festival

Posted on 01/30/12 by Telegraph Staff

The German sports cars will be one of the many attractions at the Silverstone Classic.

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Ford’s 1.0-litre Focus goes on sale

Posted on 01/30/12 by Chris Knapman

Ford’s ultra-efficient 1.0-litre Focus goes on sale next month, priced from £16,245.

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Women are better at parking than men, study suggests

Posted on 01/29/12 by Murray Wardrop

Covert surveillance of car parks across Britain show women are better at manoeuvring into parking spaces.

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Women are better at parking than men, study suggests: top tips

Posted on 01/29/12 by Murray Wardrop

Women are better at parking, a study indicates.

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Toyota unveils hybrid endurance racer

Posted on 01/27/12 by Telegraph Staff

The Japanese factory’s unusual challenger for the 2012 Le Mans 24 Hours undergoes testing.

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Military vehicles heading into UK stopped at Dover

Posted on 01/26/12 by Andy Bloxham

Two men caused a security alert at the Port of Dover tonight after trying to enter Britain with vehicles bound for a military show.

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Traffic wardens ‘pressured’ into issuing tickets

Posted on 01/26/12 by Victoria Ward

A judge has warned that traffic wardens expected to issue a minimum quota of tickets were being coerced into acting in a “predatory and sometimes dishonest” manner.

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Utility companies will have to ‘rent’ roads they want to dig up

Posted on 01/26/12 by David Millward

Utility companies could be charged up to £2,500 a day to dig the roads up in an attempt to cut delays faced by motorists.

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