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Review of the Mercedes S63 AMG

The all new S-class variant S63 AMG is finally here. This 577hp car has been proclaimed by Mercedes as the best auto in the world. However, only time will tell if S63 AMG has the enough fire power to beat the likes of Jaguar XJR, Audi S8, and Porsche Panamera Trubo. This is our first review of the car based upon a test ride of S63

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Free 15 minutes parking now allowed on double yellows in high streets

Under plans to help boost high Streets motorists have been allowed to park free of charge on double yellow lines for up to 15 minutes. This grace period will be extended to drivers in England if the need to do some quick shopping.

The plan has been widely received by the conservatives, but the Liberal Democrats have put up some resistance. Councils have been accused of using

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A look at the new driver less cars

It is quite exciting to some, and boring to others, that there is an evolution of driver less cars. One can think of nothing more exciting that cutting back on B-roads while on long motorway slogs, and others think that heel-toeing around a race track, is quite boring.

Recently, BMW invited us to test a driver less car that they have developed, on a long stretch of

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Latest ‘Wraith’ Rolls Royce makes début at Harrods

Harrods of Knightsbridge will display the latest Rolls-Royce model, the Wraith, as a celebration of its debut in the UK. The Rolls-Royce Wraith, being a sleek, fastback coupe, with the lines of the Ghost, is a departure from the iconic British Marque.

This model is the most powerful Rolls-Royce model ever built, sporting a 624bhp, 6.6 litre, and V12 engine. The Geneva motor show, to be held

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Scottish MP aims to ban smoking in cars where children are present

Jim Hume, the Scottish Liberal Democrat MSP for South Scotland, announced his intention to launch a consultation on a proposal, on Tuesday 28th May, to ban smoking in vehicles carrying children, through a Member’s Bill.

According to Hume, a number of charities, including British Heat Foundation and Children in Scotland, have already thrown their weight behind the publishing of the bill. The proposal will come at a

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BRC launch amateur photography competitions for rally fans

This years MSA British Rally Championship is to feature 2 brand new and very prestigious awards that are aimed at spectators and fans with one being for videographers and the other for amateur photographers.

The BRC Photographer of the Year contest is aimed solely at amateurs who feature either the NGK Spark Plugs BRC or the 2013 BRC challenge. Images are not restricted to rally cars doing

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AA research reveals drivers suffer from what they are wearing

New AA research around the UK shows that over 25% of drivers have reported that they have encountered driving difficulties because of what shoes they are wearing, according to a new AA spokesperson in South Africa named Gary Ronald. Speaking at a recent press event, he said that British motorists are some of the safest on the planet, so if so many of them report some

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Citroen DS3 Cabriolet Review

The Citroen DS3 has been transformed into a fun car and further loosens BMW’s hold on the super mini car market. The Fiat 500 was the first to challenge BMW’s supremacy with significant success, followed by the Audi A1, and now the Citroen DS3.

The Citroen DS3 Cabriolet makes drives exciting with a sunroof that at a touch of a button gets snugly tucked behind rear seats,

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Turning off engine just for a couple of minutes leads to big fuel savings

Researchers have shown that drivers who turn their engine off when they stop for a minute or so could save a decent amount of money, as this habit leads to a reduction to fuel consumption, and is also environmentally friendly. It’s a rather small thing but it is proven to do a great deal of favour to the environmental state of the earth.

However, the results shown

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The Seat Alhambra is once again What Car? Magazine’s best MPV

For the third year running he esteemed consumer publication for motorists, What Car?, has crowned the Seat Alhambra as the best MVP on the market. They hailed this car, at the glitzy ceremony hosted by the Grosvenor House hotel in London, as a fantastic all round package. This practical MPV saw off the competition once again to become the most highly recommended people carrier in What

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