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Young drivers 'can't fit a spare wheel'Thu, 22 May 2014
AS MANY as 11 out of 20 young people in the 18-24 age bracket admit to not knowing how to change a car tyre, according to a new survey. The data, released by IntelligentCarLeasing.com, will stoke the flames of animosity among older drivers by indicating that the majority of young drivers are operating without basic practical motoring skills. Young men are more confident that they know how to install a spare, with 57.1% claimed they could do so.
Citroen Revolte concept car at 2009 Frankfurt motor showThu, 10 Sep 2009
By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 10 September 2009 10:40 New leaked photographs of the Citroen Revolte have seeped across the internet – revealing the mysterious concept car that some commentators claim harks back to the 2CV. These Revolte photos were published by our friends over at Worldcarfans.Although we know little about the Revolte, judging by its name it's yet another electric car. And these photos reveal more of its compact style, complete with suicide doors.Citroen Revolte: the leaked photos and the official teaserCitroen issued one teaser photograph of its surprise for the 2009 Frankfurt motor show earlier in the week – and we said it looks set to be a concept car hint of the next C2 supermini.
Jaguar-Land Rover officially sold (2008)Mon, 02 Jun 2008
By Ben Pulman Motor Industry 02 June 2008 15:37 Jaguar and Land Rover are now officially Indian-owned. The sale of the two iconic British brands was completed today, and ownership has now passed from Ford to Tata in exchange for $2.3bn in cash (£1.17bn). The sale means Jag/LR is debt-free, with none of the money used to fund the purchase being offset against the pair’s worth.