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    The UK has become the largest European Union (EU) new car market this month, with figures from the European Automobile Manufacturer's Association showing a 26.6% year-on-year rise in new car registrations in the country.
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    A red sports car created for cult adolescent film Ferris Bueller's Day off was bought at auction for £80,000 - double its guide price.
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    The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has said nearly 372,401 new vehicles have been registered through the scrappage scheme by the end of March.
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    Mechanical ignorance results in women not carrying out simple checks on their cars, while men do so because of sheer laziness, a survey has found.
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    Car giant Vauxhall and Visit Britain have teamed up to offer film fans a chance to visit locations from 39 blockbusters made across the UK.
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    A motorcycle instructor who continually fell off a bike in the course of a lesson owing to being drunk has been handed a three-year ban from driving.
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    The Department for Transport (DfT) along with the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) and Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has announced a new regulation for lorry and bus drivers.
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    Firefighters rushed to the country home of former prime minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie after their burnt breakfast toast triggered a fire alert.
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    A south London motorist claimed to suffer from shock after seeing a UFO in order to avoid paying a parking fine, new research has found.
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    The importance of travel insurance has been underscored again after a major budget airline refused to pay full compensation under EU rules for passengers stranded by volcanic ash flight disruptions.
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    Running a car has become 9% more expensive in only five months, mainly due to rising costs of fuel and insurance, new figures have shown.
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    A group of 292 holidaymakers who suffered bouts of gastric illness during vacations in the Dominican Republic between November 2005 and September 2006 have settled their action against tour operators.
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    Recovery in the motor industry appears to be under way with latest figures confirming a further increase in new car sales last month.
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    Sales figures for second hand cars have shown that the Vauxhall Astra has been toppled from the top of the league, and been replaced by another Vauxhall model - the Corsa.