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As a member of the Dodge Caliber Owners Forum I am finding some extraordinary claims being made. In normal motoring, would you expect a heavy 2.0-litre...
I bought a new Ford Focus 1.8L FFV petrol 2 years ago and paid for the FordProtect Service Plan, 3 services. Cost of the service plan was £425.53. The...
The story of the waste of public funds on 'carbon reduction' consultants in 29th November was, as you commented, unbelievable. This caught my attention...
I drive a Ford Fusion 1.6 automatic. About 2 months ago the engine of the car cut out whilst I was pulling away from a junction. The car went to the garage,...
Your readers, who like us, as parents, bought the Direct Line Named Drivers No claims Discounts for their children, may like to know that there are hidden...
I have to change my beloved 07 plate MINI Cooper for a slightly larger car in order to transport 2 dogs. I want a car that is almost as much fun as the...
I recently had suffered a puncture of one of my Bridgestone runflat tyres and had to run it flat to get the car to a place of safety. I then faced the...
Here's a tricky one for you? Do you know how much a brand new Ford Mondeo GLX 5-door hatch cost in 1994? Thanks.
Since this cold weather has crept in my Fusion 1.4 petrol turns to an ice cube in the mornings. When I start it I get a regular tap every 2-3 seconds from...
I have a problem. On a well-used route there are two 30MPH SLOW DOWN signs, neither of which appear to be working. So how do I tell the police without...
Is it inevitable that a diesel automatic cars must have costly high VED rates because of their exhaust emissions? I have looked at the TDCI Mondeo and...
My Audi A6 1.9TDI Multitronic has now hit 390k and climbing. Still no problems with the engine or gearbox.
I hope you will pass on a warning to those selling their cars privately. Unusually for me I was persuaded by telephone to register my car with a "seller/buyer"...
Tags: scams selling
My wife complains that the dipped headlights of her Punto seem very dim. I seem to recall reading in your column that it is possible to upgrade the dipped...
Can you please recommend one or two books on modern motor vehicle technology, both petrol and diesel? Thank you.
Tags: buying
After about 18 years in BMWs (mostly 3 Series) I am interested in a new Discovery 3. My kids are getting bigger, we want to get out camping more and I...
I have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution telling me that I was travelling at 36mph contrary to ...etc., etc. I can't dispute that. I saw the static...
What happened to the elderly gentleman in ‘Grim repo’ was deplorable. But the Theft Act 1968 requires the CPO to prove someone "dishonestly appropriated...
Following upon recent correspondence in the IAM magazine, I would appreciate your view on the method of holding an automatic car stationary, with the engine...
Following your warning to get the type of radiator checked on older models (mine is a 270CDi estate, March 04) my dealer gave me the dreaded news that...
I'm a pensioner considering buying what will probably be my last car. I'm looking at Picanto, Jazz, i10, Aygo etc., either new or no more than one year...
I've always agreed with your advice that, given the complexities of modern motors, the best things drivers can do for themselves is change the oil at 5,000...
I am a trustee for a charity based in rural Northumberland, the aims of which are to support older people to remain as independent as possible in their...
I have an X-Trail, bought new in 2005, now 4 months out of warranty. It is very good and very economical (44mpg overall) and has covered 30,000 miles....
In March this year I purchased a new Peugeot 308 with RT4, which includes GPS satnav and cost £1,600 extra. This system includes a "store" for destinations....
As a pensioner, I have to minimise the running costs of my car so I traded my 3-Series BMW for what I thought would be a much more economical car. I chose...
I recently purchased an 18-month-old Yaris from a Toyota main dealer. I was told that it was a one-owner car. A week after taking delivery I noticed a...
After a snowy winter spent in Berlin in 2006 (minus 20 Dec night time temp) I decided to buy some winter tyres for use back home in the western Pennines....
In April 2005 I returned a Citroen C5, which had come to the end of a three year lease, with slightly less than the agreed 45,000 miles on the clock. The...
My husband and I are taking delivery of a new BMW 520d SE auto in January. We've never run a diesel before and are absolutely thrilled at the prospect...
I can't understand why my wife's 2004 Fiesta 1.4 Zetec manual has road tax of £145pa whereas her father's brand new 1.4 Fiesta Zetec (old model, also manual)...
I bought my 04 reg Renault Espace 18 months ago. It ran fine until it decided it wanted to go at 10mph. I limped it to the Renault garage that said on...
I have had alloy wheels previously, but on my new Mercedes C200K they are very difficult to clean, the worst feature being that the "dust" has hardened...
I have just read you FAQs, but if I buy a new car via, say, 'drivethedeal', who could be miles away from me, how do I go about 'approved' servicing and...
I want to purchase a Rover 827 coupe. A Rover dealer thought that only about 1,000 of these cars were sold. So I asked the DVLA how many exist, if any....
Looking on the Internet at the Government's proposals for increases in points for speeding offences, it appears the 2006 accident figures form the basis...
You very kindly replied suggesting that instead of a new Jazz as no discount we consider we consider a pre-facelift Civic at a big discount. But my wife...
My husband recently met with a car accident due to black ice. There is a lot of damage to the car - the front bumper, hood and the back bumper are totally...
We have a 1989 W124 Mercedes 300 TE 24.We are looking to downsize to a FIAT Panda for local use as we also run a 2004 Mercedes S500, which we intend to...
Very recently I read a piece in your column about a car that "shut down" and simply wouldn’t start when the owner tried to move it within his drive. If...
I am looking at buying a second-hand E Class Mercedes estate to replace a very old and dear friend. I have found an W211 E320 CDI Avantegard on a ‘54’...
I have always been a very firm believer in the safety afforded by seat belts but I am intrigued by a portion of the current COI TV commercial that says...
I watched Top Gear recently. Is it really possible that Jeremy Clarkson got over 50mpg out of the Jaguar XJ6 TDVi he drove from Basle to Blackpool often...
K.F. of Grimsby makes an inventive defence to speeding: He had to exceed the speed limit to avoid a cyclist. What piffle. I suppose it would have been...
Having bought my first diesel this year I am fed up watching the difference between diesel and petrol prices grow ever wider. Currently the margin is around...
Speed limit signs should be safety advisory indicators. It is sensible to have speed limits to protect road workers and/or children, but not sensible to...
I am not sure about this VAT reduction. The rate is reduced to 15% from 17.5% but excise duty on fuel is increased so the normal man in the street will...
Further to your reply to the e-mail about someone being prosecuted for putting up a notice warning of speed cameras, I've often thought that if someone...
I had intended to buy the new Honda Jazz but discovered that it was slightly wider and not fully automatic. The old Honda Jazz, which we have will only...
My friend took her 02 reg Volvo V50 turbo diesel into a branch of a national chain of repairers for a service. It was booked in over the Internet and included,...
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