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Freddie's family said "everyone loved" the three-year-old boy

Battle launched to drive out an invading army on four wheels

TRAIL BIKES and four-wheel- drive vehicles are fast destroying one of Britain's oldest roads, say conservationists.

Off-roaders churn up resentment

A BAND of quad bikers, blamed for churning up some of the most idyllic moorland in Yorkshire, has enraged local people by demanding that the council should repair the damage.

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Land Rover deny `flimsy' claim

LAND ROVER hit back yesterday at American suggestions that its rugged off-road vehicles were "flimsy". A Land Rover Discovery needed repairs costing pounds 3,245 after 5mph crash tests conducted by the US Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Motoring: Road Test: This car should be taken off the road

Suzuki's new Grand Vitara is that rare thing - an off-roader that actually lives up to the description.

Road rage

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Motoring: Cherokee - with reservations

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