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Act now to protect your car and home against hazardous winter weather

With colder and darker days drawing in, MoneySuperMarket is urging Brits to ensure they’re fully protected in their home and car against winter months.

Carol Vorderman goes ultra low with the Vauxhall Ampera

Carol Vorderman goes ultra low with the Vauxhall Ampera

Carol Vorderman, MBE, has become the latest ambassador to trial the Vauxhall Ampera extended-range electric vehicle, in support of the Go Ultra Low campaign.

Vauxhall unites with owners’ clubs at NEC Classic Motor Show

Vauxhall unites with owners’ clubs at NEC Classic Motor Show

For the third year running, Vauxhall Motors will be supporting the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show at Birmingham’s NEC on 14-16 November, with a line-up of rare and unique vehicles from its Luton-based Heritage Centre.

Austin 7 National Rally invites the ‘cousins’ to attend in 2015

Austin 7 National Rally invites the ‘cousins’ to attend in 2015

The Austin 7 motor car is one of the most enduring and endearing of all pre-war British cars. Between 1922 and 1939 some 290,000 were built and more than 8,000 survive worldwide today.

Full steam ahead for motoring pioneer

Full steam ahead for motoring pioneer

A steam-powered Toledo from the turn of the last century will be one of the stars of the Regent Street Motor Show on Saturday 1 November.

Top tips on removing gluey mess left by old tax disc holder

Top tips on removing gluey mess left by old tax disc holder

Motorists could be facing a rather sticky problem as the traditional tax disc ceases to exist in paper form this month - a gluey mess on their windscreen.

‘Underdog’ Aston Martin joins NEC sale

‘Underdog’ Aston Martin joins NEC sale

A 1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 with an incredibly story is to be offered in Silverstone Auctions’ two-day sale at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show on the 15th and 16th of November.

Blame but no claim - Survey results debunk myth

Around two-thirds of aggrieved cyclists with a potential claim for compensation don’t undertake legal action, according to a survey commissioned by Nottingham Law firm Rothera Dowson.

Majority of Brits would consider an alternative fuel car

Majority of Brits would consider an alternative fuel car

Most Brits would consider buying or leasing an alternative fuel car in the next two years, new research shows.

Sold on hybrid

Sold on hybrid

Britain’s drivers are switching on to hybrid in increasing numbers, with sales results for September and the first three quarters of 2014 showing Toyota’s technology attracting an ever greater proportion of customers.

New tax rules could benefit DVLA to the tune of £38m

New rules introduced by the DVLA following the scrapping of the tax disc could result in motorists paying up to £38m more in tax when they sell vehicles privately.

Over 70 classic cars to go under the hammer at Ascot

Over 70 classic cars to go under the hammer at Ascot

Coys ‘Spirit of Motoring’ auction will see over 70 classic and collectors’ cars going on sale at Ascot on Saturday October 11th.

Tesla financing built from the ground up

Tesla financing built from the ground up

Tesla has announced a Model S financing programme for our private customers in the United Kingdom. As with everything Tesla does, the programme has been created from the ground up rather than duplicating existing products in the industry.

Two million drivers don’t wear a seatbelt

More than 30 years on from the introduction of legislation to make wearing a seatbelt compulsory in cars, close to two million drivers are still failing to buckle up - according to new research from LV= car insurance.

Sainsbury’s cuts 5p off fuel

Sainsbury's has sparked a likely supermarket fuel-price war by slashing up to 5p a litre off the cost of its petrol and diesel.