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Top UK destinations for when the lockdown ends

Hyundai Nexo

New research claims that Britain is a nation of dreamers who fantasise about what they’ll do when the lockdown is over – with three-quarters admitting they have taken their previous freedom for granted. A survey of 2,000 UK adults for Hyundai revealed we are typically spending 20 minutes per day …

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Revealed: the Coronavirus lockdown speeders

30mph speed sign

Nearly half of people have witnessed an increase in drivers breaking the speed limit during the government lockdown, claims new research. According to the study by the RAC, 44% of UK adults say they have seen more drivers speeding now than they did before the Government introduced the COVID-19 lockdown. …

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Tips for maintaining your car during COVID-19 lockdown

Lexus UX

It looks like the extended layoff due to the Coronavirus pandemic could last until early May, which means our cars are parked for longer than usual and are getting little use. With the UK government’s advice to stay at home and only venture out for specific, essential reasons, Lexus has …

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Last 991-generation Porsche 911 in COVID-19 auction

Porsche and RM Sotheby's To Auction Last 991-generation 911 for COVID-19 Fundraiser

Porsche is joining the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic by donating a money-can’t-buy lot to an auction in aid of United Way Worldwide’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund. The star attraction will be the last-ever 991 generation 911 to roll off the production line at Porsche’s Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen factory. Fittingly, …

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Coronavirus: Six-month emergency MOT extension

DVSA_MOT

Drivers worried about getting an MOT because of the coronavirus crisis have been handed a reprieve. Cars, vans and motorcycles due their MOT from March 30, 2020, will have their MOT extended by 6 months. However, the government has warned that vehicles must be kept in a roadworthy condition. The …

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