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New sites live this month – October 2018

New sites live this month – October 2018

Here is a rundown of all of the new sites that we've put live here at Spidersnet in October. Take a look below and see all of the new websites built by our team last month, and find out a little more about the latest dealerships to jump on board with Spidersnet....

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Five-star crash rating for hydrogen fuel Hyundai

Five-star crash rating for hydrogen fuel Hyundai

  Euro NCAP has tested a hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle for the first time and it passed with flying colours. The Hyundai NEXO achieved a five-star rating in the crash test which is designed to give consumers a realistic idea of the safety performance of...

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New car market falls by a fifth in September

New car market falls by a fifth in September

  The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has released registration figures for new cars which show that the market was down 20.5% in September. Around 87,000 fewer cars were registered last month in comparison with the previous year. The SMMT has...

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Google’s Android to be added to millions of vehicles

Google’s Android to be added to millions of vehicles

Google is to partner with the world’s largest alliance of car manufacturers, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, to power the next generation of infotainment systems. Executives from the auto alliance told Wall Street Journal that their decision to partner with Google was...

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May announces £100m investment in green vehicles

May announces £100m investment in green vehicles

Theresa May announced a £106m boost in funding for the development of low and zero-emissions vehicles earlier this week as part of an “ambitious plan” to make Britain a leader in green technology. The prime minister spoke at the Zero Emission Vehicle Summit in...

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One in 12 buyers choose electric in August

One in 12 buyers choose electric in August

The Society for Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) released figures yesterday that reveal the new car market enjoyed a significant rise in demand in August. The market rose 23.1% year-on-year with 94,094 new vehicles registered. Find out which pages perform the...

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New fuel is incompatible with a number of older vehicles

New fuel is incompatible with a number of older vehicles

Many older versions of Britain’s most popular vehicles won’t be able to run on a greener new fuel that could be introduced in the next few years, according to a study from the RAC Foundation. The Department for Transport (DfS) has announced that it is considering the...

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