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Overview of MOT changes from May 2018

Overview The way that the MOT test works in England, Scotland and Wales changed on 20 May 2018. The changes affect cars, vans, motorcycles and other light passenger vehicles. Watch a video of Neil Barlow, Head of MOT Policy at the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), briefly explaining what’s changed, or read the video…
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Uber denied London licence in shock move that bans cars from city’s streets

Uber launched an unprecedented attack on Transport for London, accusing the transport body of bending to minority interests and closing the door on high-tech companies after it was stripped of its licence to operate. TfL denied Uber’s application to renew its private hire licence in London, effectively barring the ride-hailing app from running its business…
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Porsche 918

Except they won’t, so you can put away your sad trombone. On top of all that other great stuff comes a curious new phenomenon: The million-dollar, 900-hp hybrid hypercar. Want even more evidence that things are going well? In the past decade, several companies have quit making minivans, yet now three different automakers build these insane hybrids. We’ve…
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VW and Toyota join rivals with diesel scrappage schemes

Volkswagen and Toyota have joined rival carmakers in launching their own diesel scrappage schemes in the UK. Competitors in the UK, including BMW, Ford, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz and Vauxhall have already launched schemes. VW will give discounts of up to £6,000 to trade in diesel vehicles when buying a new car. Meanwhile, Toyota is offering up…
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