Speed camera data ‘must be published in full’

The Association of British Drivers has welcomed the news that camera partnerships will be forced to publish speed camera data but implores the government to insist upon full and accurate data. ABD Chairman Brian Gregory explains: “The ABD have years of experience attempting to get raw data out of elusive partnerships without success. Any data grudgingly released is invariably missing vital information or spun in a misleading...

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Jersey chauffeur gets 15 seconds of fame

A Jersey chauffeur company is celebrating its TV debut after being chosen to transport candidates...

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Audi reveals benefit to chauffeur programme

Audi has announced it is to give chauffeurs an extra bonus when choosing an A6, Q7 or A8 model...

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Saab announces upgrades for 9-5

Saab GB is pleased to announce a number of specification upgrades for the new 9-5 Vector SE models...

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Skoda celebrates top TV award

Škoda UK is celebrating a Superb ending to 2010 as the brand’s flagship model was named Family Car...

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Operator denied return of Excursion limousines

It’s  been reported two limousines seized by VOSA in September will not be returned to the...

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