The Weekly Roundup

Britain's diesel pumps could "run dry" because of a growing dependence on foreign fuel, according to the RAC Foundation. The motoring research group said diesel demand had been rising for decades, but UK refineries were struggling to cope. The RACF said that, at this rate, diesel would be four times more popular than petrol by 2030.

Motorists will be entitled to return a newly-purchased vehicle within 30 days if it proves faulty, from next week. People buying a car from October 1 will be within their legal rights to reject it and take it back under the 2015 Consumer Rights Act. This replaces the existing Sale of Goods Act.

BBC: Diesel pumps could run dry, says RAC Foundation

PMM Online: Why mechanical testing is just as important as electronic

Telegraph: Would you let a robot park your car?

Express: Driving a powerful car comparable to jumping out of a plane

RAC: Car buyers get 30-day return promise

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