What you might have missed on AOL Cars: December 10-14

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It's been a busy week in the motor industry... but in case you missed any of the gossip, here's our picks of the news on AOL Cars.


Monday, December 10
An exclusive AOL Cars investigation has found the overhead speed cameras on the M25 have not caught ANY drivers in the last 12 months. Read the report here

Confused about winter tyres? Take a look at our handy guide here

Fiat's five-door version of the 500 will cost from £14,990 when it arrives in UK showrooms next year. Take a look

James Batchelor

Tuesday, December 11
AOL Cars gets the keys to Mitsubishi's new supermini months before it goes on sale. It's a crucial car for the firm – but is it any good? Find out what we think

Australian police are warning motorists of the problems of using Apple Maps for navigation, after the app is stranding drivers. Read more

Skoda has released the first pictures and details of its much-awaited new Octavia. See it here

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Wednesday, December 12
We're used to seeing Jeremy Clarkson going sideways in the latest supercar while talking to a camera. But this latest picture proves the Top Gear host is game for anything. See what we're talking about

Pope Benedict XVI has been given the keys to a brand new "Popemobile" by Mercedes-Benz. See it here

Porsche shows off its new new 911 GT3 Cup Type 991 racing car. Read more


Thursday, December 13
Four weeks before its official debut at the Detroit Motor Show, Mini has shown off the first snaps of its new John Cooper Works (JCW) Paceman. Read about it here

When faced with not being able turn off the voice guidance on the SUV's in-built sat nav, Jeremy Clarkson appealed to his 870,000 followers to give him some help. What did he tweet?

For the last 17 years, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class has worn four headlamps – but not any more. See the new E-Class here

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Friday, December 14
"Michael Knight, a young loner on a crusade to champion the cause of the innocent, the helpless, the powerless..." and now with a parking ticket. David Hasselhoff gets a ticket – see the pics

The traditional tax disc may be killed off in favour of an online system, it has been revealed. Find out why

The one-off Usain Bolt Nissan GT-R has been sold on eBay for an amazing $187,100 (£116k). Read more
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