This week, Drive It! visits car trade fairs: in China, where the trends of today and tomorrow are presented; and at the most important fair vintsage cars, with yesterday's icons.
In the wake of the deadly van attack in Münster, many reports noted that the city was about to install bollards in the downtown area. But do barriers really offer protection? Experts say effectiveness has its price.
The German Transport Ministry hid CO2 emissions test results and encouraged carmakers to exploit loopholes in climate target regulations, according to a magazine report. The ministry has failed to release the data.
Finland became an independent nation exactly a century ago, facilitated by revolution in Russia. Now in the EU and the eurozone, but not in NATO, it's also a top performer in education, coffee consumption and motorsport.
Conservatives want to involve the private sector in running Germany's beloved highway system. That's angered the opposition, their coalition partners and even some of their own party members.
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