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Family and electric cars crash tested: which raised safety concerns?

Family and electric cars crash tested: which raised safety concerns?

The latest official crash test results are revealed - find out which car performed poorly, and whether all new electric cars did any better

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Car dealerships are opening – is now a good time to buy a new car?

Car dealerships are opening – is now a good time to buy a new car?

Is it a good time to buy a new car, now that sales have plummeted and dealerships are reopening?

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Family SUVs vs estate cars tested: which are the best to buy?

Family SUVs vs estate cars tested: which are the best to buy?

Estates are having a design resurgence, with traditional boxy looks replaced by stylish bodywork and sweeping coupé-like rooflines. SUVs may be trendy, but the lures of cheaper prices, more luggage...

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The four most likely reasons your car will stop you driving when lockdown rules change

The four most likely reasons your car will stop you driving when lockdown rules change

4 things you need to check on your car to make sure it's roadworthy. Use our quick and easy guide to make sure your car won't let you down.

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Five problems with electric car charging and how to fix them

Five problems with electric car charging and how to fix them

Our research into electric cars and the public charging network has revealed five problems, plus what needs to be done to fix them.

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Budget 2021: Fuel duty frozen for 11th consecutive year

Budget 2021: Fuel duty frozen for 11th consecutive year

In a highly anticipated Budget speech, Mr Sunak cancelled the proposed fuel-duty rise, to provide a small respite for motorists from the increasing costs of motoring.

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Plug-in hybrid cars use more fuel than official figures claim

Plug-in hybrid cars use more fuel than official figures claim

Which? tests have revealed that motorists could be paying up to £400 more in fuel per year, on average, compared to plug-in hybrid car manufacturers' own official fuel claims

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Does WD40 remove car scratches? And nine other things we learned testing car scratch removers

Does WD40 remove car scratches? And nine other things we learned testing car scratch removers

We tested popular car scratch removers, including Formula 1, T-Cut and JML, plus the much-publicised WD40 hack to see which worked best.

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Plug-in hybrid car scores no better than new diesel SUVs in latest emissions tests

Plug-in hybrid car scores no better than new diesel SUVs in latest emissions tests

Latest emission test results from Green NCAP. Find out which plug-in hybrid car scores no better than diesel SUVs, plus which full hybrid was the best

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Automatic cars: what you need to know about automatic transmissions

Automatic cars: what you need to know about automatic transmissions

Whether you’re looking for an off-road SUV or a small city car, chances are that any model you’re considering is offered with an automatic transmission. Once the preserve of the...

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