No-deal Brexit ‘could push car industry off cliff-edge’

The automotive industry could suffer serious implications if Britain left the European Union without a deal in place, according to new research carried out by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). A survey carried out by the organisation…



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Repairs required for 9 in 10 Scottish road bridges – and the bill is rising…

Nine in ten bridges on Scotland’s main roads have defects that require repairs – and the cost to fix them has increased by more than half since 2009, The Scotsman reports. Transport secretary Michael Matheson recently admitted that most of…



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Price and spec confirmed for new Audi A1, available this month

Audi’s second-generation A1 will hit UK roads before the end of the month with more interior space and a raft of new technology. The popular supermini has been redesigned from the ground up and has been stretched by 56mm. Now…



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Beating the Black Friday blues for drivers

Your customers are eagerly waiting to participate in the biggest shopping event of the year: Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The challenge for your company isn’t focused on a system crash or a payment failure. It’s the delivery problems that come…



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Be Bike Smart for Brake’s Road Safety Week

Today marks the start of Brake’s annual Road Safety Week, with events taking place across the country, all designed to encourage road users to stay safe and help reduce road collisions and fatalities. This year, the theme of Road Safety…



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