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German car maker Mercedes Benz has been criticised for using tracking devices to find lease cars whose owners have defaulted on payments.
After a long period of stability, possession claims made against borrowers have increased substantially in the three months to June, according to Ministry of Justice data.
The UK government has launched a £2m fund to work on the feasibility of cyber security tests for driverless cars, ahead of the vehicle type appearing on our roads.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has unveiled £2.5m of extra funding for the on-street residential charge point scheme, which began in 2017.
The 'Cartivator' flying car has flown for about a minute in a Tokyo suburb, raising hopes the East Asian country could see widespread take-up of personal airborne transport by the 2030s.
Some convertibles can cost as much as a house, but if you can afford one, you’ll have an unforgettable summer. And if you just want to see what the other half drives, 2019 has delivered some corkers...

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