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    The Government has hailed the safety impact the driving test has had on Britain's roads as it reaches the 75th year since compulsory testing was introduced.
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    The Finance and Leasing Association (FLA) has warned that customers could be committing serious motor finance fraud without even realising.
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    Car insurance deals will be in demand after motor industry chiefs revealed that sales of new cars in 2010 will not fall by as much as first predicted.
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    The proportion of drivers using hand-held mobile phones at the wheel has increased, but the number being punished and incurring penalty points which reflect on their car insurance premium has fallen, it has emerged.
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    The volcanic ash cloud has moved away from British airspace and all UK airports have subsequently opened for business.
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    Thieves who stole a car from a police officer in Malaysia obviously had a change of heart, as they left a note inside apologising for their crime when they abandoned it.
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    A surge in travel insurance policies being taken out is likely during summer, as air-control authorities and geologists warn of further flight disruptions due to volcanic ash.
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    Providers are expecting a rash of car insurance claims as drivers prepare for the gridlock of the annual bank holiday getaway.
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    Used-car buyers have been warned that some vehicles may show incorrect mileages, after a fraudster involved in car clocking was exposed.
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    About four million people in Britain have attempted difficult DIY tasks on their own in an effort to improve the value of their home, new research claims.
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    Thousands of UK households that are burgled every year are not covered by home insurance, facing an annual bill of £200 million, research has found.
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    Four special-edition BMW motorbikes are being launched to mark the 30th anniversary of the iconic GS (Gelande-Strasse) range.
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    Toyota vehicles which suffered from unintended acceleration faults may have been a cause in 89 deaths since 2000, 37 more than originally suspected, according to the US Government.
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    Robbie Knievel, the son of daredevil Evel Knievel, is planning to jump the Snake River Canyon in southern Idaho, his spokesman has said.
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    Bike insurance companies will be interested to know that a road safety event for Essex motorcyclists held at Gloucester Park South, Basildon, last year is back by popular demand.
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    Police in Northern Ireland are looking at a unique alternative to licence points and the higher car insurance premiums that result - sending speeding motorists back to school.
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    American actor Michael Madsen has moved out of the Gumball 3,000 Rally in Belgium after his drive was stopped by police for speeding, it has been revealed.
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    A review into the effectiveness of Cumbria's emergency flooding plan, which was put in to practise during November's heavy downpour, has said lessons need to be learned.