The Weekly Roundup

Rather than ushering in a new era of motoring, autonomous vehicles could rekindle childhood memories of long car journeys punctuated by queasiness and emergency roadside stops! A new study predicts a 27.8pc rise in the number of people suffering from nausea, dizziness and vomiting when travelling in vehicles in which computers do the driving.

New car registrations have hit a new record for March, with almost half a million sales making it the best month this century. The latest figures showed that a total of 492,774 cars found new homes last month - a figure that is up six per cent on March 2014.

Telegraph: Why travel sickness could put the brakes on driverless cars

AM Online: Advice for car dealers on how to improve service loyalty

Brake: Charity raises alarm bells as higher lorry speed limits come into effect

The AA: 10-minute council parking ‘grace period’ begins

Auto Express: Record month for new car registrations in March

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