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Car insurance prices set to rise 10% this year, following 2014 drop

The AA says the cost of insurance fell over the last three months, but warns current lows may be as good as it gets

Young drivers save on car insurance thanks to telematics

Car insurance prices may be rising, but the use of pay-as-you-drive schemes is helping young drivers keep costs down

Further supermarket petrol price cuts bring RAC's predicted £1 a litre closer

Asda and Morrisons will cut petrol prices at all forecourts by up to 2p/litre from tomorrow

Big four supermarkets to cut petrol prices again on New Year's Day

Petrol prices at Asda and Morrisons will be cut by 2p/litre from New Year's Day, so hold off until then if possible

Government pledges £6 billion to fix roads 'blighted by potholes'

Local councils in England are to get a near-£6 billion fund to fight potholes over the next six years

TfL to tackle bogus congestion charge websites

Congestion charges payments made by unofficial copycat websites can now be refused by TfL

Applying or renewing your driving licence? Wait until tomorrow if you can

Motorists needing to renew a driving photocard or apply for a provisional licence should wait till tomorrow as fees drop

Drivers struggle to renew road tax online

The DVLA's website has struggled to cope as thousands went online to try and renew their road tax

Do you know your second-hand car's history? Beware logbook loans

If you're looking to buy a second-hand car, you may be at risk of unwittingly inheriting debts from the previous owner

Government to ban CCTV parking 'spy cars'

The Government is clamping down on trigger-happy parking wardens and banning CCTV 'spy cars'

Car insurance: Competition watchdog wants courtesy car charge cap

The competition watchdog wants to cap the cost of insurers providing courtesy cars in a bid to reduce motor premiums

Petrol prices: New road signs will compare service station costs

Signs on motorways will compare petrol prices at different service stations, the Government says