Monthly Archives: September 2014

Monsters of motorsport a magnificent spectacle

Five-tonne lorries racing at up to 100mph proves hugely entertaining, exciting motorsport, says motoring editor Andy Russell. I’ll never look at a lorry the same way again when I’m crawling along behind one having seen the monsters of motorsport in … Continue reading

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Cruise to control life in fast lane

Cruise control is a valuable safety aid to check your speed, says motoring editor Andy Russell. If I asked you to name some car safety features I’ll bet things like airbags, ABS and driver aids such as stability control will … Continue reading

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Why an easy-driver is all geared up to be my automatic choice

The thought of driving an automatic car used to be a real turn-off but now motoring editor Andy Russell relishes the ease of the modern auto. When I took the motoring journalist road the thought of driving an automatic car … Continue reading

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End of road for paper tax disc

It’s the end of the road for the paper tax disc as part of a host of changes to bring vehicle excise duty into the modern world of motoring. I noticed at the weekend that my son’s car tax runs … Continue reading

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See your way to keeping windows clean

It might be the season of mist and mellow fruitfulness but, beware, it is also the season of misty murk and smeary screens, says motoring editor Andy Russell. It’s been a funny old year so far with the glorious, but … Continue reading

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