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Reepham Classic Car and Bike Festival will be welcoming a race-prepared Porsche 924 which is on a mission to promote awareness of and prevent unnecessary deaths from prostate cancer.
Commuters could avoid four working days a year in traffic jams if they switched to two wheels, according to the organiser of Ride to Work Week.
The death of a much loved and respected Suffolk grandfather has been met with further tributes from the many people whose lives he touched.
New research suggests 3.7 million plug-in hybrid electric vehicles will be on by the road by 2025 with 100 new models driving uptake.
The Lotus Elise range has a new lightweight flagship with the new Cup 250 able to sprint to 60mph in 3.9 seconds.
With parents and children finding it easier to discuss issues while on the road, the family car can be like a travelling confessional.
Dozens of vintage vehicles will again be lined up along the Suffolk seafront today for the return of a popular bank holiday tradition.
Keen riders took to the Suffolk countryside to sample the pro cycling experience with Team Sky on a Tour de Ford ride hosted by John Grose.
Mercedes-Benz dealer Orwell Truck & Van has opened a new £1m sales centre in Ipswich.
The Sandero has been famed as a robust, budget hatchback. Now there’s a new one. Andrew Evans has driven it to see if it’s the same package as always.
Kia has updated the Picanto, its popular city car, and hoping this new model will also appeal to a younger market, says James Baggott.
The Rio supermini is Kia’s biggest player on the world stage so no wonder it has put so much effort into this more grown-up fourth-generation range, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
If you’re looking for an entertaining, affordable, involving sports coupe, Subaru’s BRZ could be right up your street, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
Fiat has joined the growing lifestyle market with the Fullback and more than a little help from Mitsubishi, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
The new Land Rover Discovery has a huge reputation to live up to. Has it managed this? Jack Evans finds out.
Suzuki is looking to take on some big guns in its desire to drive the new Swift into the list of top 10 best-selling superminis. Simon Davis finds out if it’s got what it takes.
A much-improved plug-in version Toyota’s pioneering and popular Prius hybrid will give miles of smiles if you are keen to go green, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
The Stelvio, which shares many components with the Giulia, is Alfa Romeo’s first venture into the sport utility vehicle market. Jon Reay finds out what it’s like.
It leaked water going through puddles, had no heater and doubled up as holiday accommodation – Robert Owen has fond memories of his Austin Big Seven.
Keith Hirst recalls his father’s first car which survived rust only to be attacked by termites which munched their way through the timber floor.
Choosing a Triump Herald over a Morris Minor 1000 puts Stewart Hurrell on the road to several Triumph sports cars.
Andy Nix’s customised Morris Mini van may not have been the most reliable but it got him to Moscow... well, the one in Scotland.
Malcolm Hill swapped his scooter for an eye-catching MGA sports car and enjoyed open-air motoring until he sold it to get married.
Summer 1964 was really special for Stuart Wallis and his Ford EB60 Special until his pride and joy was written off by a van
Carol Baiey’s first car, a Ford Prefect, was full of character and fun but all good things come to an end... in this case the MOT test.
My first car was a 1961 Ford Classic with the 1,340cc engine which I purchased in 1968 after returning from Germany.
Peter Alder’s first set of wheels were pedal power, not horsepower, as a child but set him on his way to nearly two million miles of motoring.
Barbara Mellor tells of motoring adventures in ‘Pushbar’, a modified Austin 7, which came with a few quirks for the bargain price of £5.
Janet Lucas was glad when husband Ted passed his car test as it meant that, when they needed to reverse, she no longer had to push their bubble car backwards.
Stuart Seaman’s Renault Dauphine may have been rated as one of the worst 50 cars ever but he loved it.
Clive Harvey had a classic reason to take up driving later in life but finding and owning his MGB GT, dubbed The Yellow Peril, has not been straightforward.
Mike Healey’s was broken hearted when his first car, a 1935 Morris 8, came to a sorry end in a confrontation with a tree.
Mick Cook switched from two wheels to four with a 1959 Austin A35 van but then he had to pass his driving test.
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