Archive: January, 2013

Tory Lords transport spokesman priced off train

Posted on 01/31/13 by David Millward

Lord Attlee, the Tory transport spokesman, was unable to visit a motorshow in Birmingham because he could not afford the train fare.

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Police get new powers to withdraw licences from short-sighted drivers

Posted on 01/31/13 by David Millward

Short-sighted motorists involved in accidents or caught driving dangerously will have their licences revoked within hours.

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The future of road safety

Posted on 01/31/13 by Telegraph Staff

It’s 30 years since it became compulsory for drivers and front sear passengers to wear seatbelts, but what safety innovations are next?

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AA president: police passing on crash details manipulates the market

Posted on 01/31/13 by Telegraph Staff

AA president Edmund King says police forces passing on details of crash victims to accident claims lawyers may encourage fraudulent claims.

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Police paid millions for details of car crashes

Posted on 01/31/13 by David Millward

Police receive millions of pounds for passing details of accident victims to claims management companies, insurers and lawyers.

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AA calls for fuel price regulator

Posted on 01/30/13 by Telegraph Staff

AA president Edmund King says OFT report is a “bit of a whitewash” when it comes to the issue of fuel price transparency and says there needs to be a proper fuel price regulator.

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Motorist compensated after car was charged by stampeding buffalo

Posted on 01/30/13 by Nick Britten

A motorist has been awarded £7,000 compensation after being injured when his car was charged by a herd of stampeding buffalo.

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Telegraph Motoring Awards – vote for the best SUV

Posted on 01/30/13 by Andrew English

Vote for your favourite SUV in the very first Telegraph Motoring Awards, which forms part of this year’s Telegraph Festival of Motoring.

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Ministers to blame for high fuel prices, says competition watchdog

Posted on 01/30/13 by Peter Dominiczak

Britain would have some of the cheapest fuel prices in Europe if ministers had not raised taxes by such large amounts over the last ten years, the competition watchdog has said.

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Husbands who only do ‘manly’ chores have more sex – study

Posted on 01/30/13 by Sam Marsden

Husbands who stick to “male” household jobs such as gardening and maintaining the car have more sex, new research suggests.

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