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Car prices driven down for armed forces

A new discount programme launched yesterday could save armed forces members and their families thousands of pounds on the cost of a new car.

The Defence Discount Service car programme (DDS Cars) could help our armed forces, veterans, and their families save up to £7,170, with average savings of £3,250 on each new car purchase.

The exclusive deals are being backed by 11 of the biggest names in the car industry in a show of their support for those who serve their country.

The exclusive discounts include:

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