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It’s an exciting time of year with spring in the air but, more importantly for motoring editor Andy Russell, it’s the new registration plate and Geneva Motor Show.

Think you will always ‘own’ your personalised registration plate? It may not be the case so be warned, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Ahead of Valentine’s Day, unromantic motoring editor Andy Russell asks what would give you the biggest buzz – a passionate kiss or driving a sports car?

This is going to be another exciting year for new cars – motoring editor Andy Russell picks out a few of the cars he is looking forward to driving.

When it comes to working out how things come apart and, more importantly, go back together again, motoring editor Andy Russell puts it down to a passion for model-making.

So the government backed down on its bid to extend the first MOT on cars to four years this week. That’s a victory for common sense, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Motoring editor Andy Russell says red-light jumpers have got to stop before their irresonsible driving kills someone.

Motoring editor Andy Russell has made three selfishly simple new year’s resolution and already knows which one is most likely not to fall by the wayside.

Motoring editor Andy Russell finds out how hi-tech electronic aids make motoring safer but are don’t replace the driver’s brain

Motoring editor Andy Russell’s seasonal goodwill is already running out for safety-shunning stupid drivers and cyclists.

Opinion: Why we must be honest about our eyesight

Monday, November 20, 2017

With the Association of Optometrists calling for a law change on eyesight tests for drivers, motoring editor Andy Russell recalls how he found out he needed glasses.

The combined depth of potholes reported in Suffolk last year is greater than the UK’s deepest cave, new research shows.

With the breeding season set to bring more deer on to roads, motoring editor Andy Russell knows how costly hitting one can be.

Teams are being urged to put their knowledge to the test and help good causes by taking part in John Grose motor group’s charity quizzes at three of its dealerships.

With safety fears over extending the first MOT test from three to four years, new data shows the best and worst pass rates and common faults.

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