Archive: February, 2012

More motorists face workplace parking charges

Posted on 02/24/12 by David Millward

A second major city draws up plans for a workplace parking levy.

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UK spends £203 million on car damage caused by misleading satnavs

Posted on 02/23/12 by Paul Hudson

The downside of drivers increasingly relying on satnavs is the damage caused when they are misinformed – a bill estimated at more than £203 million over the past year.

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More motorists considering switching to electric cars

Posted on 02/23/12 by Chris Knapman

A new survey suggests that motorists might just be coming around to the idea of electric vehicles.

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Famous Ferrari-engined hydroplane for sale

Posted on 02/22/12 by Chris Knapman

A 1953 hydroplane powered by a V12 Ferrari engine is expected to fetch up to £1.26million at auction.

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Labour ready to back 80mph motorway limit

Posted on 02/22/12 by David Millward

Labour is ready to back moves to raise the motorway speed limit to 80mph.

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Britain’s oldest speeding offenders

Posted on 02/22/12 by David Millward

Four motorists aged 100 and above have penalty points on their driving licence for speeding according to official figures.

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Motorists will have to carry portable breathalyser in France

Posted on 02/21/12 by David Millward

Drivers crossing the channel will have to carry a portable breath-testing kit to take their car to France.

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Digital radio at your fingertips

Posted on 02/21/12 by Paul Hudson

A ‘plug in and play’ DAB interface is claimed to be a neat and effective way of upgrading your existing car radio.

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What the Indian car market means to Britain

Posted on 02/20/12 by Telegraph Staff

Mini is opening showrooms in India and Jaguar Land Rover sales are soaring there. Chris Wright reports on a rapidly growing market.

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Jeremy Clarkson’s ‘shoot strikers’ rant did not breach broadcast rules, says Ofcom

Posted on 02/20/12 by Telegraph Staff

Top Gear presenter’s comment that strikers ”should be shot” did not breach broadcasting rules, Ofcom ruled.

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