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    George Osborne has given hope to millions of drivers by revealing that he is considering scrapping the 1p increase in fuel duty due to come into effect in April.
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    The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has warned that motorists who knowingly give false information or fail to disclose motoring convictions are putting their insurance cover at risk and are driving illegally.
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    The lure of Marrakech may prove difficult for travellers to resist after the north African city was named 2011's 'top tip destination' by British Airways.
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    Drivers are most annoyed by lane-hogging, tailgating and changing lanes without indicating, a new motoring poll on pet hates by Castrol has found.
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    Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp was mugged by thieves while he and Spurs assistant manager Kevin Bond were at the Madrid derby.
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    Skoda will be commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Monte Carlo rally by unveiling a special edition of its own Fabia line, the carmaker has announced.
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    The average fully comprehensive car insurance policy rose by a third to £843 last year, the AA's British Insurance Premium Index has shown.
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    Motorists might decide to make a car insurance claim over cracked windscreens, but it might take some convincing before some of the more unusual explanations are entertained.
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    A Lotus Evora sports car is being used by police officers to patrol a section of highways in the West Midlands as part of a two-week trial.
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    Motor enthusiasts have turned their attention to classic cars, with searches for exclusive vehicles shooting up over the past month, it has been revealed.
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    Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle fitted with a new spy-in-the-car box could help young motorists save money on their car insurance.
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    Motorists might be encouraged to hear that a leading car industry group has urged the Government to scrap its plans to increase fuel duty after warning that the cost of diesel could hit an "unthinkable" high of 140p a litre in April.