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H.R. Owen acquires Bentley Hadley Green from Lookers plc

The H.R. Owen have announced the acquisition of Bentley Hadley Green for an undisclosed sum from Lookers plc. H.R.Owen will be the dealership’s third owner in 2014. Lookers took ownership of Bentley Hadley Green as part of its acquisition of the Colbornes Group in March 2014. Having acquired the dealership H.R.Owen have re-named the dealership Bentley Hertfordshire, and relocated it to the old Had

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What Car? white labels excess insurance tool

whatcar insuranceWhat Car? magazine owner Haymarket has white labelled AIS Group's excess insurance tool.

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Near-misses rise in sunny weather, says new research

lytx graphicThe chances of having a near-collision while driving nearly doubles in good weather conditions, according to new data analysis from DriveCam creator Lyt.

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Ford Focus convertible is fastest selling used car

focus ccThe Ford Focus convertible has topped the list of fastest selling used cars, according to analysis from Glass's.

Read Full Story extends football club sponsorship has extended its partnership with Oxford United Football Club (OUFC) following a successful five-month trial.

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RAC dealer network marketing appointment

rac pascoeThe RAC has appointed Darren Pascoe (pictured) to the newly-created role of dealer network marketing manager.

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Cenex announces tie-up with Chargemaster

chargemasterCenex, the UK's Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies, has announced a partnership with Chargemaster ahead of its annual Low Carbon Vehicle Event LCV2014.

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Key appointment for video services supplier CitNOW

chris laceyAutomotive industry video support services company CitNOW has appointed Chris Lacey (pictured) as a non-executive director.

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New consumer protection laws to drive up used car prices

ivendi logoUsed car buyers may end up paying more for vehicles thanks to new consumer protection laws.

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