in General

The Future of Car Safety?

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Ford will be selling a car that can read road signs and adjust its speed to ensure the vehicle is not driving too fast. The system can be activated via the steering wheel and briefly overridden by pressing on the accelerator.

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in Industry

Changes to MOT

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European Legislation has introduced new requirements to MOT tests on all vehicles.  This includes cars, vans, heavy goods vehicles, buses and coaches.

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in Industry, Toyota

Toyota Hydrogen Powered Concept Vehicle at CES 2014

More and more Motoring manufacturers are beginning to turn to shows like CES, the Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas each year, to unveil their latest in car high-tech wizardry.
In 2014 we have seen the likes of BMW and their autonomous drifting technology, which involves the use of an array of lasers, cameras, maps and sensors. We’ve also

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