The Weekly Roundup

The government has very recently announced measures it says will drive down the cost of running a car. But will motorists notice a difference, or will it just be a drop in the ocean?

In other news, Tyre manufacturer ‘Continental’ and the Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology (IME) in Germany are on the verge of a breakthrough with their joint development project for rubber that can be industrialized and is made from dandelion plants for tyre production.

MSN: Government plans to cut the cost of motoring explained

Yahoo: Over 70% of motorists opposed to clocks going back

Dailymail:  Maps show where the most dangerous roads in the world are as it's revealed 1.24million people die on them each year

BBC: UK car production continues to strengthen

Motor Trades Insight: Tyres Made From Dandelion Rubber Could Be On Roads Within A Decade

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