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Can I drive during the coronavirus lockdown?

Can I drive during the coronavirus lockdown?

Driving has not been totally banned during the UK’s COVID-19 lockdown, but the government has said that you can only drive for specific, essential reasons. Find out what these reasons...

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Petrol stations could close due to coronavirus: we explain how to drive and refuel safely

Petrol stations could close due to coronavirus: we explain how to drive and refuel safely

Following warnings that some petrol stations may need to shut down due to a 70% drop in sales, here’s how to plan your journey and protect yourself and others if you need to refuel

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Electric cars to literally ‘go green’ from 2025

Electric cars to literally ‘go green’ from 2025

In a new initiative that's slipped under the radar in recent weeks, the Car Alliance of Britain (CAB) has announced that all of the UK's new electric and zero-emission cars are to be painted green from 2025, 10 years before the ban on combustion engine cars comes into force.

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Coronavirus: drivers to get six-month MOT extension

Coronavirus: drivers to get six-month MOT extension

Vehicle owners are to be given a six-month exemption from MOT testing, as the government aims to keep essential workers on the road and limit the potential for the spread...

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Car tax changes: most new car owners will pay more tax from April

Car tax changes: most new car owners will pay more tax from April

Car tax changes: buy a new car before April to (potentially) save yourself some money. Unless you’re buying an expensive electric car, in which case wait a few weeks to avoid spending an extra £1,600.

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Budget 2020: £27bn for new roads, Fuel Duty frozen for 10th year

Budget 2020: £27bn for new roads, Fuel Duty frozen for 10th year

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a £27bn investment in the UK’s road infrastructure between 2020 and 2025. The fund will be used to improve strategically important transport routes across the...

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Large cars from BMW, Tesla and Volvo on test: how much should you spend?

Large cars from BMW, Tesla and Volvo on test: how much should you spend?

With some big-brand large cars starting from less than £25,000, a spacious car doesn’t have to cost the earth. But given premium large cars can cost double this or more,...

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New cars emit more climate changing CO2 than old, according to Which? tests

New cars emit more climate changing CO2 than old, according to Which? tests

New cars that meet the latest emission standards actually produce more climate changing CO2 than the cars they replace, according to Which? tests

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Latest Which? car tests of small and medium hatchbacks: which brand should you buy?

Latest Which? car tests of small and medium hatchbacks: which brand should you buy?

This month we’ve tested some of the biggest-name small and medium cars on the market, including the latest BMW 1 Series and Renault Clio, plus sportier options the Hyundai i30...

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Electric cars with big boots

Electric cars with big boots

We reveal the electric cars that have the biggest and smallest boots.

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