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Volkswagen has admitted to US regulators it is using software in its 2016 diesel models that Exhaustcould potentially help exhaust systems run cleaner during tests.

Tesla has launched a software update for its vehicles - enabling the cars to have an "autopilot" mode.TESLA 85 AWD ELECTRIC

While not fully self-driving, the software means the Model S and new Model X can "automatically steer down the highway, change lanes, and adjust speed in response to traffic".

The new car market grew 12% in February, with 76,958 cars registered and fleet and business registrations accounting for 59.1% of the market, with 45,519 units.VANS

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VW SCIROCCOCoupés might not be particularly common on company fleets, but there are a few that can offer the right balance of desirability for perk car drivers with acceptable running costs.

The survey by road safety charity Brake and Direct Line also found that one in 14 (7%) drivers have had a near miss, SAT NAV WARNINGhaving to swerve or brake suddenly to avoid a hazard, because they were distracted by a sat-nav, rising to one in 10 (11%) among young drivers (17-24).

FUEL PUMPHM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has reduced two out of the three diesel Advisory Fuel Rates (AFRs).

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Final preparations are taking place for the M25 to become England’s first ‘smart’ motorway, improving journeys andM25 boosting the economy.

tyres 2You may be aware that purified notrogen has been used to inflate tyres on aircraft and racing cars for many years. We question does it make sense for ordinary car and van tyres?

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