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Proton's future plans discussed
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4th Oct 2011
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Proton's future plans discussed

If you’ve been wondering why you haven’t heard much about Proton this year, the Malaysian manufacturer has spent the entirety of 2011 working on its range of soon-to-be-released 'global cars'. Proton’s local operations have been keeping steady this year thanks to models such as the S16, which has been fighting the price war against the ever-expanding range of cheap Chinese cars.
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Alborz Fallah
Cops Put the Brakes on Speed Camera Revenue
News
5th Jul 2011
4 min read

Cops Put the Brakes on Speed Camera Revenue

The Victorian Police are waging war against the state government - and it's gotten dirty. Reports have surfaced that the cops have started kicking the Government where it hurts: in the cameras. Apparently some members of the Victorian Police have taken to stopping 'upstream' of privately operated traffic camera vehicles or covert fixed cams, with their emergency lights activated. This has the effect of slowing down the passing traffic, greatly reducing the number of drivers who get pinged. The cops are also going slow on fundamental paperwork and legal processes.
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Paul Maric
What Fuel Should I Use in My Car?
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30th Nov 2010
4 min read

What Fuel Should I Use in My Car?

Non-car enthusiasts are very confused by this question. And the fuel companies haven’t helped – the number of different retail fuel products beggars belief. In the past few years we’ve seen an explosion in the number of fuel products – many of which bear absolutely no resemblance to the way fuel is actually specified by car manufacturers.
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John Cadogan
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