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What The Future of Metaverse Drivers Will Look Like
Technology

What The Future of Metaverse Drivers Will Look Like

While the Metaverse is still somewhat in its infancy, it has tech-heads all over the globe coming up with all sorts of theories and concepts …

Government considers registration plates for cyclists
Legal

Government considers registration plates for cyclists

In a dramatic shake up of road laws in the UK, cyclists could be forced to have registration plates as well as insurance. The policy …

BookMyGarage sees 10-fold surge in air conditioning re-gas bookings, as second heatwave looms
Cars

BookMyGarage sees 10-fold surge in air conditioning re-gas bookings, as second heatwave looms

BookMyGarage.com has seen a surge in the number of air conditioning re-gas bookings, after temperatures in the UK reached over 40°C in the UK last …

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The home of learning and professional development for driver and rider trainers

Small SUV

An eye-catching look

The Peugeot 208 offers efficiency, peerless reliability and an enjoyable drive

Hatchback

A return to form

The world’s best-selling car is better than ever, as the Toyota Corolla offers efficiency, peerless reliability and an enjoyable drive

Small SUV

The Puma is back

The Ford Puma is back – the small, sporty coupe is now a stylish, practical compact SUV that’s good to drive, but lacks cabin space.

The Fiesta is good fun and remains a solid buy
Hatchback

Fun Fiesta

The Fiesta is good fun and remains a solid buy, despite increasingly strong competition.

City car

Fun and frugal

It’s stylish, fun, and cheap to run, but the Toyota Aygo faces some formidable rivals.

Small SUV

Pleasant Arona

The SEAT Arona is a well-rounded small SUV, with refined engines and generous standard equipment.

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