The number of road users who have completed a driver retraining course since their introduction in 2010 has topped ten million.
Social media has been awash with rumour and panic about the nation’s speed cameras. Specifically, whether limits and thresholds for being flashed have tightened up.
More than four in 10 motorists are at risk of drink-driving on New Year’s Day, according to new research.
More than 80% British motorists would like to see the government introduce tougher penalties for those caught drink-driving.
A new study reveals daytime running lights (DRLs), which have been required to be fitted to all new cars since 2011, may be causing confusion for drivers.
For the 11th year in a row, Coca-Cola are bringing back their Designated Driver campaign.
The cost of replacing a broken headlight can be so great that some second-hand cars with damaged lights risk being written off, according to new research.(more…)
One in eight drivers admit falling asleep at the wheel, according to new research by the AA Charitable Trust.
Motorists are being urged to check their headlights as evening commutes get darker thanks to the clock change.(more…)
Average speed cameras are to be installed on the Evo Triangle following the funding from the Welsh Government, the transport secretary Ken Skates has announced.(more…)
With the clocks going back this Sunday (28 October) IAM RoadSmart has again called to scrap the practice this year, and switch to a daylight saving system to cut the number of young children injured in road crashes on their way home from school over the winter months.(more…)
Earlier this year, Euro NCAP, the Brussels-based European car safety performance assessment program, introduced new and improved test criteria which reflects whether the tested vehicle features advanced driver assistance systems. Now, the organization is also starting to evaluate these systems and is ready to disclose its first findings based on the results.(more…)