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Parliamentary report says 'smart' vehicles and highways could save lives but research is not being exploited

Barry Beavis, outside the Royal Courts of Justice on Tuesday, says he is fighting ‘for every motorist in every car park’

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British motorists caught speeding in their own vehicles on the Continent could have fines sent to their home addresses and be pursued in UK courts, under new plans to let European Union states access our motoring records for the first time

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MEPs to vote on law that will allow drivers to be pursued at home for offences committed abroad

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Labour's drive towards diesel cars causing 'massive public health problem,' admits shadow Environment Minister

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Car sales in 2014 were the fourth highest on record, at nearly 2.5 million

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Audi lets A7 car drive itself to CES 2015

Car is called Jack, and will drive much of the way by itself

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