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Brake attacks plan to raise HGV speed limit

BRAKE logoRoad safety charity Brake has attacked Government plans to raise the speed limit for lorries on single carriageway roads to 50mph.

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Aston Martin confirms Lagonda super saloon

aston saloonAston Martin has confirmed it is to build a new super saloon bearing the Lagonda nameplate.

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Vertu trading ahead of expectations

Vertu logoDealer group Vertu Motors has announced it is trading ahead of expectations.

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Online campaign sees Now Vauxhall sell 115 cars in a weekend

now vauxhallA London Vauxhall dealership has sold 115 cars in a single weekend thanks to an innovative VIP marketing campaign.

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Dealer skills shortage to worsen

Job Co-op logoThe skills shortage in the dealer sector is likely to get worse, according to Jobco-op Automotive.

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Goodyear European HGV fleet operator survey

goodyear graphicA survey of Europe's road freight industry reveals that the regulatory regime is of vital importance to truck fleets operating in Europe.

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Hyundai launches trade parts programme

66096hyu-TonyWhitehornHyundai has launched a new programme to supply the UK's 35,000 independent motor traders with genuine Hyundai parts.

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Peter Jones appointed as Vertu Non-executive Chairman

Peter JonesThe former Lookers CEO, Peter Jones, was been appointed as Non-executive Chairman designate of Vertu Motors plc at the company’s AGM.  

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Free servicing offer on Ssangyong Rexton W

rexton wSsangYong is introducing a three-year free servicing offer on all Rexton W models bought during August and September.

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