Monthly Archives: January 2012

Driving theory test made harder

The driving theory test will pose more of a challenge from this week because of changes designed to prevent candidates learning answers by heart. The change will mean that learner drivers will not be able to study and memorise answers … Continue reading

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Sigh of the times

I got stuck in traffic today. Nothing unusual in that of course, happens almost every time you get into a car. But today was a little different as it was an accident that brought the whole thing to an unusually … Continue reading

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Bad times need big ideas

I often wonder what it must have been like to have been one of the pioneers of motoring in the late 1800s and early 1900s; those well-to-do gentlemen with their pipes, moustaches and a lot of resources to spare to … Continue reading

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Drivers Not Feeling The Love From Government

A new survey has revealed that just 12% of people think the Government backs motorists. A total of 1,013 adults were asked if they felt the Government was for or against the motorist in a survey by breakdown company Autonational … Continue reading

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Bond cars go on show for 2012

Some of the famous cars featured in James Bond films will be on display for nearly all of 2012. Such vehicles as the Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger and the BMW 750i from Tomorrow Never Dies will be on show … Continue reading

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Kia’s first EV recharges in 25 minutes

KIA has unveiled an electric car that combines a range of up to 86 miles per charge with a recharge time of just 25 minutes – but for now it’s just for the Korean government. The Ray EV is a … Continue reading

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