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    Understaffed Border Behind Major Dover Delays

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    German ‘Clogged Highways Wherever You Look’

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  • Europe's most dangerous roads are not the dizzyingly high mountain passes but regular roads in its most dangerous country. More later.

    Europe’s Most Dangerous Roads

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  • French authorities have actually closed E40 Ostend-Dunkirk/Calais at the border, forcing drivers off the motorway and through a security cordon leading to long delays in recent days. Photo @VID

    Border Delays Back in Wake of Nice Attack

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    Busy Weekend Roads But Much Worse To Come

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  • The latest ina  series of Securite Routiere adverts trying to impress on drivers the aftershock among family and friends after road accidents. They don't seem to be working.

    French Drivers Faster And More Distracted

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  • Free parking for Porsches in an interesting venture for the firm's new digital subsidiary. More later.

    Free Porsche Parking in Digital Transformation

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    Another Torrid Week at Cursed Calais

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  • Due to technical trouble, the former London Transport ‘Battle Bus’ has not been able to make its planned tour of the Battle of the Somme front line this week. Instead, the 102 year old B2737 – one of 900 such vehicles used to transport troops – is on display at Albert-Picardie airport, not far from Thiepval, site of the commemorations today to mark 100 years since the beginning of the battle. The five month conflict claimed more than one million lives including 19,240 Allied soldiers on the first day alone. B2737 is normally on display at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden. Follow along at @LTMBattleBus

    Paris Old Car Ban Starts Today

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  • Daredevil World Supersport rider Kenan Sofuoglu broke the Land Speed Record on a production motorbike on Tuesday on the brand new Izmit Bay Bridge near Istanbul. Riding a Kawasaki Ninja H2R, Sofuoglu hit 400kmh (248.5mph) in 26 seconds (watch the video). The new bridge is part of a new road connection between Istanbul and Izmir. When fully open in 2020 it will cut the current nine hour journey to just 3h30. Izmit Bay was officially opened today by Turkish president Recep Erdogan.

    Punters Pay to Test Drive New DB11, in Tuscany

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