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I hear that I won’t need to display a tax disc on my car in the future, is that true? Yes, from October 1, 2014 paper tax discs will no longer be issued. If my car doesn’t have a tax disc, how will the authorities know that I have paid? Your tax details will be registered with the DVLA so they will be aware which cars are taxed correctly. Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) devices will be around to catch out any cars that aren’t taxed appropriately. Does this... + read more
Bugatti Veyron
Dubai adds a Veyron to its super fleet. What does your local police officer drive? Ford Crown Victorias? Dodge Chargers? If you live in Dubai then there's a good chance that they'll be driving a Bugatti Veyron, a $1.6 million car with a top speed of 267 mph and the ability to go from 0 to 60 in 2.5 seconds. In a city known for its luxury and wealth this vehicle is just the latest addition to the Dubai police force's "super fleet." Used to break down the barrier... + read more
Spains draconian new driving laws which mean you´ll be fined £400 for going JUST 1km per hour above speed limit         Article summary travel Lawyer warns motorists they'll be fined up to £488 for speeding offences Driving just 1km/hour over the limit will lead to a fine over £400 Fines of up to £5000 will incur if a speed camera is installed in the car Spain's tough new driving laws could... + read more
To celebrate their Le Mans return in an adequate way, Porsche has introduced a limited 911 S Martini Racing Edition. The limited edition 911 reflects the styling of Porsche race cars of the 1970s and the special 911 Carrera S pays tribute to the successes of the legendary Porsche Le Mans race cars such as the 917 and the 935 Moby Dick. The special edition is limited to 80 units and will be exclusively sold in select markets of Europe, in China, Japan and in Latin America. For select 911 models... + read more
used car price rise graph
Murcia electric car sales plummet The latest figures published by show that the average price paid for second-hand cars in Spain during April was 11,281 euros, representing an increase of 0.8% on March. In the Region of Murcia, meanwhile, although the average price is slightly lower at 10,877 euros the increase from the month before was far larger at 2.5%, and this means that over the last twelve months theamount of the average purchase in the Region has risen by an impressive 8.... + read more


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