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August 2009

Parking rules and charges ‘not fine’, says Which?

Which? is calling for an end to unfair charges and unclear signs in the private parking industry.

Drivers ‘spending more’ on new cars

Drivers are becoming more confident in the new-car market and have started ordering expensive models again, according to figures released this week.

Vax celebrates with 30% off anniversary range

To celebrate 30 years of producing home carpet cleaning products, Vax has launched a limited edition anniversary range with introductory prices 30-50% below RRP

Fully comp car insurance now ‘cheapest option’

Fully comprehensive car insurance policies are cheaper than third-party alternatives despite offering much better cover, new research shows.

BMW ups economy and value

BMW has announced changes to its 1 Series, 6 Series and 7 Series ranges, bringing greater value and improved environmental performance.

Which? PPI campaign success

More than 31,000 payment protection insurance claims were made in 2008/09. But many more could complain. Read the Which? guide to PPI to find out how.

TomTom launches Apple iPhone application

TomTom has launched a satnav application, bringing TomTom turn-by-turn navigation to the Apple iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS

Retailers call for appliance scrappage scheme

A car-industry-style scrappage scheme for appliances, and removing VAT on energy efficient white goods would help homes to become greener, it was claimed today.

John Lewis unveils top five eco toys for Xmas

John Lewis have unveiled its top five greener toys for children this Christmas, including eco toys that are biodegradable.

Improvement in repossession figures

The number of homes repossessed in the UK dropped by 10% in the second quarter of this year compared with the previous three months.

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