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Smokers who light up in vehicles with children inside will face fines in England and Wales due to a new ban that went into effect Thursday.


Honda, Hyundai And Toyota Will Provide Ride-And-Drive Demos

UK's first publicly accessible hydrogen refueling station is about 200 miles north of London.


200-Mile Single-Charge Range May Not Be Enough To Reach London

General Motors' upcoming 200-mile electric vehicle may not be available in a right-hand-drive variant.


And, Yes, The Plane Was Moving And Airborne

Tesla CEO Elon Musk went for a bit of a stroll on a biplane this past weekend, and he's got the social media picture to prove it.


About 20 vehicles fell through the roof over the service department at an Audi dealership in Milton Keynes when the multi-story parking structure collapsed.


11-Month-Old Case Set To Go To Trial In Early 2016

Tesla and the UK-based Ecotricity are fighting in court over rights to install charging stations along motorways.


The inaugural FIA Formula E Championship will end with two races held back to back around Battersea Park on the south bank of the River Thames in London.


Pavegen Tiles Would Even Generate Electricity From Walkers

The design firm Gensler won an award for its proposal called the Underline to convert unused rail tunnels underneath London into routes for pedestrians and cyclists. The pathways would generate some of their own electricity from special tiles that collect the kinetic energy from people walking on them.


Motorists in England have one more way to worry about getting stopped by the police this spring. The cops are using an unmarked semi to look down on drivers and check for any offenses, like using a cell phone or texting.


The Lutz Pathfinder is a little electric pod that is among the first autonomous vehicles to be officially tested in public in the UK. It's part of the country's push to support the tech, and the Lutz starts testing in Milton Keynes later this year.


Infiniti Red Bull Racing was the victim of a smash and grab robbery in the early hours of Saturday morning, December 6. Thames Valley Police said a silver 4x4 drove through the front entrance of the team's headquarters in Milton Keynes, England, and around six men in dark clothing stole more than 60 trophies from a massive case.


Give someone a hammer and every problem looks like a nail; hand volunteers radar guns and expect to find a whole lot of speeders – too many in fact. The police in a village in England can't keep up with the paperwork from all of the scofflaws. Now, the cops are asking these folks to stop trying to enforce the speed limit.


In America, a driver's test seems almost like a formality. Can you park? Can you parallel park? Can you navigate down a road without hitting/killing any other cars, people, animals, houses, buildings, street signs or yourself? Yes, yes and yes? Congratulations, you're licensed to drive. Things are more difficult in the United Kingdom, it seems.


The guys from UK's Top Gear just can't seem to stay out of trouble, especially main host Jeremy Clarkson. Usually, it's the things that come out of their mouths that cause controversy, like the two recent accusations of using racial slurs. However, the show's latest problem came not from what was said but from where they were shooting and how.


64 percent of the British public opposes the pub opening, according to a report from the RAC.


A nieghbor films entire bizarre encounter

This takes Neighborhood Watch to a whole new level.


Children pulled from sinking SUV

A man from Southend, England, thanked friends and strangers after they braved floodwaters to save him and three children from his sinking SUV.


Driver rudely drives into a crowd, and apologizes.

A rally car driver epitomizes the polite British national character when he apologized for driving wildly over a hill and sliding into onlookers and officials.


Physics behind accident in England vex investigators

Reports of cars leaving the roadway and crashing into houses are, regrettably, all too common. But a driver in England managed an unusual feat over the weekend. Not only did he crash his Audi TT into the side of a brick home in Suffolk, he left his wrecked ride embedded several feet in the air.


How's this for a technicality? According to a report from The Telegraph, thousands of speeding tickets issued to drivers over the last six years while traveling on a portion of the M42 motorway west of Coventry may not actually be liable for their fines. Why? Apparently, a series of signs showing variable speed limits were created with numbers that are too narrow.


Camera indicated he was traveling 32 mph faster than actual speed

Finding fault with speed cameras has recently been an easy task. Speed cameras installed throughout the city of Baltimore were found to be so inaccurate that officials are scrapping the entire system and spending $450,000 to replace them. One issued a ticket to a driver stopped at a red light. In one small Ohio town, speed cameras issued 20,000 tickets in two weeks.

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