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    A report from the RAC Foundation has proposed a "pay-as-you-go" system - where motorists will be charged for each mile they travel - to avoid future traffic congestion.
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    New guidelines offered by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) can help dealers comply with consumer protection legislation and car buyers reduce the £85 million bill from fraudulent used car buying activity each year, according to motor history checking experts HPI.
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    A new Ducati Desmosedici RR stolen from the driveway of a house in Cheshire has been recovered, thanks to a Tracker security system fitted to the bike.
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    Drivers are risking rising car insurance premiums by racking up fixed penalty fines of more than £65 million a year issued by speed camera partnership schemes.
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    Authorities in Bangkok have introduced a fine of $320 (£213) on anyone caught handing bunches of bananas or sugar cane to elephants in the capital city.
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    Finding the right deal on car insurance can be difficult but, according to a study, if you buy a vehicle built in Japan, your worries will lessen.
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    Motorists have been urged to opt for a comprehensive car insurance policy that covers minor accidents, as a study shows that the journey to and from work could be the riskiest time for drivers.
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    A new study has found that as many as eight in 10 motorists are worried they might have an accident due to potholes, leading to an increase in their car insurance claims.
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    Britons can give their home insurance and car insurance fears a rest as official figures show crime rates at their lowest level since 1981.
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    Transport Secretary Philip Hammond has confirmed that motorists will be given an incentive of up to £5,000 towards the purchase of an electric or ultra-low carbon car from January 2011.
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    Fraudulent insurance claims hit a record high in 2009, with an average 2,000 dishonest claims worth £16 million every week, research shows.
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    Nearly three quarters of people miss up to four days of their holiday due to illness, losing approximately £322 worth of their break, a survey has found, indicating the importance of travel insurance.
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    One in five people would like to buy back the first vehicle they owned, a new poll has found, suggesting that most motorists seem to be hit by first-car nostalgia.
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    The number of motorists driving without valid insurance cover fell to 1.5 million last year, down 20% from 2005, according to figures released by Motor Insurers' Bureau.
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    A study has found nearly a quarter of young people take part in "racing" on public roads, displaying dangerous driving behaviour that risks safety and could have serious impact on their car insurance premiums.