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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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    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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    Avoidable errors by fleet drivers are resulting in long periods of downtime and costly repair bills for businesses, according to a study.
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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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    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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    Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin joined around 5,000 bikers in Sevastopol, southern Ukraine, riding on a Harley Davidson.
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    Black boxes, usually associated with aircraft, could now find a place in cars and lorries after the European Commission unveiled its new programme to reduce road accidents.
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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 couple were recently woken by the sound of ice crashing through the roof of their home, leaving a 2ft hole in the ceiling of their spare bedroom.
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    The Government has introduced a new vehicle registration certificate as a "matter of urgency" in a bid to protect motorists becoming victims of crime.
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    Many Britons freely admit to using mobile phones while driving and parking illegally but may not be so quick to tell their car insurance company, according to new research.
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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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    Car insurance premiums have been climbing at their fastest rate since 1994 due to the increased risk of fraud, a motoring group has claimed.
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    Motorcycle campaigners are hoping to win a legal battle against a £1-a-day parking fee to avoid paying further motoring costs on top of their bike insurance premiums.
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