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Featured Motoring Print

Transport - AA Scouts

File photo dated 4/7/46 of a convoy of some of the 400 AA Scouts leaving an assembly point in the Midlands. Members of the Automobile Association were expected to be told later Thursday September 16, 1999, that they will receive a 240 windfall through the sale of the motoring group to power giant Centrica. Preliminary results of a vote on the sale, announced later today were likely to show a large majority in favour of the deal. File photo dated 4/7/46 of a convoy of some of the 400 AA Scouts leaving an assembly point in the Midlands. AA patrol staff are to wear new reflective Formula One-style suits to improve safety, it announced Monday February 16 2004. More than 1 million has been spent developing the clothing to ensure the 3, 500 patrols are more visible to passing motorists in the dark and poor light. The 'biomotion' clothing features reflective rings at all the major body joints and wrists, belt and ankles. File photo dated 4/7/46 of a convoy of some of the 400 AA Scouts leaving an assembly point in the Midlands. Centrica, owner of British Gas, is to buy the Automobile Association for 1.1 billion, triggering 240 windfalls for AA members, the company announced today (Monday July 5 1999). Centrica, which also supplies electricity to consumers and owns the Gold Fish credit card, said the deal would create the leading provider of energy and high quality services to consumers at home and on the road. It pledged to maintain and invest in the AAs standards of roadside recovery and preserve its role as a campaigner for motorists

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Featured Motoring Print

Transport - London to Yorkshire Motorway - The M1 - Nr Dunstable

A workman sweeps rubble off a finishes part of the new London to Yorkshire motorway on the longest straight section, six miles long, near Dunstable road junction. On November the 2nd 1959 the first section of the motorway linking London and Birmingham, from the north end St. Albans by-pass near Luton to connections with the Birmingham and Holyhead roads at Dunchurch and Crick (near Rugby) were formally opened to traffic. Construction of this section took 19 months

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