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Parking prangs cost UK motorists £1.5 billion a year

Parking can be unexpectedly expensive, as new research reveals. Indeed, UK drivers are shelling out a cool £1.5 billion a year to repair parking damage.
February 17, 2020/by Ethan Jupp

Classic hot hatches beat modern supercars for track-day fans

Hot hatches of the 1980s have been outstripping supercars for track-day bookings. Popular choices include the Peugeot 205 GTI and Ford Escort RS Turbo.
February 17, 2020/by Ethan Jupp

Salvage Hunters Range Rover heads to auction

A left-hand-drive 1982 Range Rover restored by Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars is among the lots at the forthcoming Coys at Olympia classic sale.
February 17, 2020/by Gavin Braithwaite-Smith

Why BMW has decided to save the i3

The BMW i3 has been saved by an improving EV market and increasing sales, seven years after its 2013 debut.
February 17, 2020/by Ethan Jupp

David Beckham’s Aston Martin stars at London Classic Car Show

An Aston Martin V8 formerly owned by David Beckham is among the highlights of the London Classic Car Show, which opens this week.
February 17, 2020/by Ethan Jupp

Ford cuts Fiesta production in response to falling UK sales

Ford's Cologne factory builds 1,150 Fiestas a day, with a third coming to the UK. Now production has been cut back due to reduced demand.
February 17, 2020/by Gavin Braithwaite-Smith

Celebrating 50 years of classic Fords

Ford is celebrating 50 years of the Saarlouis factory in Germany. These glorious archive photos of classic Fiestas, Escorts and Capris tell its story
February 17, 2020/by Gavin Braithwaite-Smith

Revealed: The biggest MOT myths

New research shows 20 percent of motorists have driven a car without a valid MOT certificate. We reveal the biggest MOT test myths.
February 17, 2020/by Gavin Braithwaite-Smith
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