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Posts tagged 'uk driving'

Reliant Robin Named UK’s Worst Car

16 September, 2013

A recent survey named the Reliant Robin as Britain’s worst car of all time. The famous three-wheeler car, made famous by the BBC series ‘Only Fools and Horses’, has topped the poll for its lack of motoring prowess. Close on […]

Toyota Corolla: What Makes It the Best-Selling Car Ever?

23 August, 2013

The original version of the Toyota Corolla was first launched in Japan in November 1966, with simplicity and affordability at the core of its design. Now, in 2013, over 40 million Corollas have been sold worldwide, making it the best-selling […]

Driverless Cars: The Future of Motoring?

21 August, 2013

Once the stuff of science-fiction, driverless (or autonomous) cars are now very much a feasible reality and, with major manufacturers like Mercedes-Benz and General Motors on board, not to mention upstarts like Google, driverless cars could be coming to a […]

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Beaulieu Autojumble 2013

20 August, 2013

The New Forest might not seem the most obvious place for a classic motoring show, but being home to the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu certainly helps. Beaulieu Autojumble is one of the Museum’s most popular events and remains the […]

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Top 5 Fastest Street Legal Cars in the World

19 August, 2013

Speed: why are we so obsessed with it? With a maximum UK speed limit of 70mph, some people may consider it pointless building cars capable of surpassing this speed. One argument is that the raw speed a car can achieve […]

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Life After Petrol – Pros And Cons Of Alternative Fuels

15 August, 2013

Whether or not we’d care to admit it, oil is a finite resource. Regardless of the time frame, running out of this non-renewable resource someday is an inevitability. And when we do eventually run out of oil, everyday essentials such […]