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Petrol pumps are ‘sexist’, says female driver

A London motorist claims petrol pumps are sexist, accusing petrol stations of ignoring the needs of women drivers. We explain the issue.
January 23, 2020/by Ethan Jupp

Car industry beats airlines, tech and fashion for reputation

The automotive industry has come top in Brand Finance’s reputation ratings, with car brands scoring, on average, higher than those in other sectors.
January 23, 2020/by Ethan Jupp

Explained: all the places you’re not allowed to park

From double yellow lines to outside someone's house, we reveal the places you're not allowed to park a car in the UK – and the places you can.
January 23, 2020/by Gavin Braithwaite-Smith

Al Capone’s bulletproof Cadillac for sale at $1 million

This 1928 Cadillac Town Sedan was once owned by the world’s most famous gangster, Al Capone. It's believed to be one of the earliest armoured cars.
January 23, 2020/by Ethan Jupp

Consultation begins for 70mph tunnel under the Thames

A proposed 70mph Thames tunnel to the east of London is part of 'Britain’s most ambitious roads project in a generation'.
January 23, 2020/by Ethan Jupp

Revealed: The cost of modifying cinema’s greatest cars

How much does it cost to outfit James Bond's Aston Martin DB5 with machine guns, bulletproof glass and ejector seats? We reveal all.
January 23, 2020/by Ethan Jupp

Bentley launches a ski-drive holiday – but it isn’t cheap

Bentley has teamed up with Bomber Ski to offer an exclusive – and expensive – skiing and driving holiday experience in the United States.
January 23, 2020/by Gavin Braithwaite-Smith

Motorway money used to restore historic buildings

Historic buildings in a West London park are being revitalised following a £340,000 award from road operator Highways England.
January 23, 2020/by Gavin Braithwaite-Smith
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