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HEAVY SNOW ON THE WAY: Top tips for driving in wintry conditions

Nottinghamshire is set to be hit by heavy snow this weekend with the Met Office warning of the potential for vehicles to become stranded.
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The frightening new way hi-tech thieves can steal your car in one minute WITHOUT keys

This is the shocking moment thieves steal a vehicle without the key by using a relay box.

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Mobile speed cameras are out and about in Notts.

Crackdown on speeding Notts motorists

Mobile speed cameras are out and about in Nottinghamshire, in the following locations from Monday, November 27:

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SCAM SPEEDING EMAILS: What to look for and how to protect yourself

SCAM SPEEDING EMAILS: What to look for and how to protect yourself

Motorists are being warned of scam emails claiming they have been caught speeding.

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What you need to know about the changes to the driving test

What you need to know about the changes to the driving test

Major changes to the driving test will commence from Monday 4 December including the use of a sat nav and removing of some current manoeuvres.

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The A537 between Buxton and Macclesfield has once again been named Britain's most dangerous road.

Peak District road tops list of most dangerous in Britain

An immediate injection of £200 million is needed to tackle the UK's high risk roads - including one route through the Peak District - a road safety charity has said.
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Would you drive like this?

Rural police officers in Nottinghamshire moved to stop the driver of a large telehandler forklift – travelling with the forks dangerously lowered and multiple people in the cab.

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25 million to be spent on road improvements

More than £25 million to be spent improving Nottinghamshire's roads

More than £25 million to be spent on improving Nottinghamshire's roads, including resurfacing, new pedestrian crossings and cycle routes.
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PICTURES: Wreckage of vehicles involved in M1 pile-up towed away

The southbound carriageway of the M1 between junctions 31 and 30 has reopened this afternoon after being closed for nine hours following a pile-up.
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An accident and broken down vehicle are currently causing problems on the M1 in the East Midlands.

Crash and broken down vehicle cause problems on M1

There are problems on the M1 this afternoon.

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M1 service station closed due to gas leak

An M1 service station was shut down due to a gas leak - but has now reopened.
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More than £90,000 spent repairing potholes in Nottinghamshire

More than £90,000 was spent repairing potholes in Nottinghamshire last year, new figures have shown.

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Dominic Raab - Why tougher sentences for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

Dominic Raab - Why tougher sentences for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

In a split second, someone’s life can be changed forever.

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PICTURE: Accident closes lane on M1

An accident has closed a lane on the M1 this lunchtime.

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Traffic on M1 stopped after van fire

Traffic on the M1 has been stopped after a van caught fire.

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Broken down car causes huge tailbacks on M1

Broken down car causes huge tailbacks on M1

A broken down car is causing huge tailbacks on the M1 this afternoon.

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Buxton railway station.

Train strike to hit passengers in East Midlands

Passengers are being told to expect delays when a second day of industrial action takes place on the region’s railways tomorrow.

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The new app that has been launched by Pendragon for its employees.

Auto firm on the right road with new app

A new app that has been launched for its employees proves that the successful automotive retailer, Pendragon, based in Annesley, is on the right technology road.

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Mobile speed cameras are out and about in Notts this week.

Speeding crackdown on Notts roads

Mobile speed cameras will be out and about across Nottinghamshire, in the following locations in the week commencing Monday, October 2:

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