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Drivers 'don't want' high-tech features


ALMOST half of drivers say they never use the new high-tech options fitted to their cars. A survey by JS Power in the USA found that 43% of drivers do not use the concierge services offered in their car and 20% of drivers say they use less than half of the functions, apps and technology in their car. This 20% said it is not because they don’t know how to use the systems or just don’t use them but they genuinely do not want these options in their car. They cited 14 features they do not want, including in-car wifi, automatic parking and head-up displays. Surprisingly, it’s younger drivers born between 1977 and 1994 who are the least interested in high-tech features. Among this group, the number of unwanted features rises to 23, though safety systems such as collision avoidance and active cruise c...

27,000 unisnured cars seized by police 'just tip of iceberg'


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Breakdowns from empty fuel tanks on increase


AN INCREASING number of British motorists are breaking down because their vehicle runs out of fuel, accor...

Further cuts to petrol prices ahead of Bank Holiday


MOTORISTS hoping to get away for the Bank Holiday will be given a boost as fuel prices are being slashed ...

Number of minicabs in London up 26% in two years


THE NUMBER of mini cabs in London has risen by over a quarter in the past two years, according to officia...

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