The owners of nearly 1.2 million cars in the UK have been told their diesel vehicles contain emissions cheating software
Motorists won't have to pay more in road tax if their vehicles are fitted with software used to cheat emissions tests
Ombudsman Services has been approved to take on complaints about airlines and to deliver legally binding decisions
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Volkswagen says it will contact affected UK customers 'step-by-step'
The CAA says Ryanair has been wrongly rejecting flight delay and cancellation compensation claims
The ECJ has ruled that technical problems are not "extraordinary circumstances", meaning passengers can claim
Direct Travel Insurance customers won't be able to renew their policies after 11 October 2015
If you've returned from holiday, some simple checks could save you £100s - from flight delays, photos to currency
Virgin Trains passengers with a railcard will no longer be able to buy off-peak fares for use on peak journeys
A judge today ruled that passengers are entitled to claim for flight disruption, which happened more than two years ago
First Great Western has stopped paying half the amount of compensation due for delays if customers request it in cash
The regulator says the airlines have promised to improve how they deal with complaints
Commuters face an up to 1% rise in rail fares next year, it's been confirmed today
Martin Abrams from the Campaign for Better Transport says more should be done to improve the service rail passengers get
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