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  • Local News

    Aston Martin and RAF want more women

    Aston Martin has teamed up with the Royal Air Force, to attract the next generation of women into engineering roles in both organisations. A pioneering STEM Women in Engineering event took place at RAF Brize Norton...
    2015-09-09 1483 0
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    Minister demands free high street parking

    Motorists and high street economies alike would benefit from free parking in town centres, a Government minister has urged. Marcus Jones says there is mounting evidence that local outlets in areas with meter-free zones have started...
    2015-08-12 1234 0
  • Motoring

    Motorway breakdown advice

    In the event of your vehicle developing a problem the Highway Code says to leave the motorway at the next exit or pull into a service area. If you cannot do so, you should pull on...
    2015-08-06 1895 0
  • Motoring

    Most advanced Ford F-150 Limited

    Ford, America’s truck leader, introduces its most advanced and luxurious truck ever – the Ford F-150 Limited. The new Limited expands the F-150 model lineup – Ford’s toughest, smartest, safest and most capable F-150 ever –...
    2015-08-06 1382 0
  • Local News

    Diesel cheaper than petrol, finally

    Diesel is cheaper than petrol for the first time in 15 years, but the change is “too long in coming” according to the AA. Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Morrisons and Asda have dropped the price of diesel by...
    2015-08-06 2509 0
  • Motoring

    High tech thieves stop vehicle locking

    Next time you come back to your car and find it unlocked it might not be because you forgot to lock it – a thief sitting nearby might have actually stopped you locking your car without...
    2015-07-09 1388 0
  • Motoring

    Pothole alert vehicle

    Jaguar Land Rover is creating a system that can help drivers dodge potential street hazards by scanning uneven surfaces in the road ahead and warning them of potential problems. The company hopes that “connected” cars of...
    2015-07-08 1201 0
  • Motoring

    Fines for middle lane hoggers

    People who “hog” the middle lane on the motorway could now be fined £100 and given points on their licence. But why is staying in the middle lane a bad thing? Middle-lane “hogging” has gone on...
    2015-07-08 1479 0
  • Motoring

    Motorists lack trust in garages

    The UK’s garages are facing calls for better transparency and improved service as almost two thirds (60%) of motorists say they have had a bad experience when taking their car in for a repair, service or...
    2015-04-08 1320 0
  • Motoring

    Britain’s best used car buyers

    A survey by has revealed that people from the West Midlands are among the most likely to buy a used car (77%) compared to the national average of 72% of people opt to buy a...
    2015-04-08 1232 0
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