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I was recently involved in an accident in London when a cyclist, riding furiously, hit my nearside. After stopping and ensuring that there was no damage to the cyclist, their bike and my car I left the...
Just had my first puncture on my T Spirit, which has factory fitted 17" wheels. The compact spare is 16". I'm having to wait for the replacement tyre to be delivered, so am driving with the spare on the...
On 17 December I parked on a main road in Bristol in what I thought was a correct parking area - other cars were parked there and the only part of a number of signs displayed that I noted was that parking...
I currently driving a SEAT Leon FR TDi. I love it, and the high spec, but I am not getting to drive it as much as I used - and consequently, I am looking for something slightly more economical - but don't...
Which car is better for hilly area driving? 1) Car with high horse power 2) Car with high torque
I have recently started to use my front fog lights during wet weather. It seems to reduce the dazzle from oncoming cars and lights up the near verges so that I do not get too close when dazzled. Is this...
In poor visibility one morning last October, I ran over a temporary traffic lights sign lying, almost invisible, in the mud on a narrow country road. It sprang up and damaged my car. My insurers arranged...
I am a keen car owner, cyclist and pedestrian. The same day that Bradley Wiggins was knocked off his cycle I was out on me best and newest, machine I was cycling (south) along a relatively major road....
The garage says I need a new turbocharger. It boosts through the lower gears, but when it's on an incline, it seems to hold back and stay on 2000rpm in sixth gear. There is also the smell of exhaust fumes...
Living in the foothills outside Edinburgh (elevation 400ft), the temperature is below 7 degrees centigrade, for at least seven months of the year! I have seen a good number of cars on Michelin Alpins,...
 

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