Category Archives: Transportation

Car News: Death of a Salesman

A weekly look at all that sucks and blows in the car world, and some good bits Readers who take little interest in cars won’t have noticed various obituaries published on the death of one of the car industry’s giants, … Continue reading

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Car News: Investing in cars

A weekly look at all that sucks and blows in the car world, and some good bits All cars bought new lose money as soon as they leave the showroom. A Ferrari can drop over £40,000 as you uplift the … Continue reading

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Car News: Hands-free to jobs-free

A weekly look at all that sucks in the automotive world, plus some good bits Scotland is, as envisaged, getting it in the goolies as a result of Brexit’s effect on British car makers. We might not have a car … Continue reading

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Car News: Fat Cars

A weekly look at all that sucks in the automotive world, plus some good bits A number of automobile journalists have been writing of late about how cars are getting bigger, not just taller, but wider. Michael Heseltine’s rag, ‘Autocar’, … Continue reading

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Car News: Terrified Germans

A weekly look at all that sucks in the auto world, and some good bits “The German car industry relies on the UK for sales.” Ergo, EU officials will relax their resistance to renegotiating terms for leaving the EU, and … Continue reading

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Car News: Citroen Concept

Your weekly look at all that sucks in the auto world and some good bits When you think of Citroën you think of the amazingly forward looking 1972 Citroen DS Pallas with its pillar-less windows, self-leveling suspension and headlights that … Continue reading

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Car News: What Alternative?

A weekly look at all that sucks in the automobile world, and some good bits Can we do without cars? Should we not take to bicycles or walk? Of course not. Not all of us. How many seriously injured can … Continue reading

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