Italian law enforcement agencies have announced that they will be returning to using Alfa Romeo cars in the future.
They caused quite a stir in Italy when they started using a VAG-product (Seat Leon) last year. Many Italians are happy to drive foreign cars themselves but it was considered beyond the pale for the national police force to do so and they were roundly criticised.
Italians really love the festive season, so much so that they have no fewer than nine religious holidays throughout December and January.
Although many Italian families have adopted the commercial trappings of the season, they still have their own customs and rituals. Here are a few examples:
There is no getting away from the fact that every car requires a degree of care, whether it is regular servicing, a Sunday morning clean or simply changing the oil. Classic cars, however, are generally in need more than just this. Given their high value, it really does pay to keep them in tip top condition.
From Drawing Board to the Highway!
There is no getting away from the fact that Italian cars always offer something special. The lines of the bodywork, the structure and the sheer grace of the vehicle combine to make them just a little more exciting than your average automobile.