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The Times

Death of cyclist leads to calls for safer roads

Cyclists are demanding urgent steps to provide them with better protection in Britain’s roads following the death of a female cyclist who was crushed by tipper truck in central London. Nationally, there were 13 cyclists in the first two weeks of 2015 – well above the average for the whole of January.

Hopes of £1-a-litre fuel dashed

The average cost of filling a family car has risen by a pound in a fortnight, following the first increase in petrol prices for 6 months. According to AA figures, in mid-February, petrol cost just over £1.08-a-litre – two pence more than the low point at the start of the month.

Uber joins funding queue

Uber has expanded its latest funding round to garner another billion dollars from investors eager to put money into its controversial services. Its Series E financing lid was raised to $2.8bn in total, which does not affect its $41bn valuation. Uber is expected to use its increasing well-endowed war chest to continue its expansion plans around the world. The company is also expected to increase spending on research and safety.

The Daily Telegraph

UK car output falls amid investment in new models

The UK produced 1.2 per cent fewer cars last month as manufacturers instead invested in new models and technologies. According to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, output was down to 127,385 vehicles in January, compared with 128.915 units in the same period last year. Over the period car exports also fell 6.2 per cent to 97,022 units.

Drivers using mobile phones may be blacklisted

Plans to put drivers seen using their mobile phones on an insurance blacklist as police launch a new ‘spy from the cab’ campaign. Those caught face being fined as well as being hit by big increases in car insurance premiums. Some may even be refused cover. Janet Connor of AA Insurance said: ‘Drivers using a hand-held mobile phone are at four times greater risk of having a crash.’ She added that most insurers would penalise those committing a mobile phone offence, and maybe refuse a renewal.

The Daily Mail

Thousands of parking fines dished out illegally

Tens of thousands of drivers have been illegally handed fines of up to £100 after stays in council car parks, it was revealed yesterday. Many of the town halls that have installed automatic number plate recognition systems did so illegally. Ministers have now exposed the system, meaning that many drivers could be in for a refund. Hugh Bladon of the Alliance of British Drivers said: ‘People will want to get back the money they have wrongly paid to councils, which have been fleecing motorists left right and centre, in every way they can think of.’

Your for £500,000…McQueen’s 100-year-old motorcycle

A rare motorcycle once owned by Great Escape legend Steve McQueen has gone on the market for £500,000. The canary yellow 1915 Cyclone was among the Hollywood Star’s extensive collection of classic motorbikes when he died in 1980.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 20/02/2015