People in the UK are still refusing to take the ban on using a mobile phone while driving seriously.
Figures from motoring website BetterDrivingPlease.com show that more than 1,100 motorists were flouting the law by chatting or texting on the road this year.
An MP in the north-east of England has spoken out on the actions of drivers in the UK on the road without car insurance.
Drivers in the centre of Lincoln will be expected to present a residents' permit if they park on five roads in the area.
Officials in Scotland are behind a new scheme designed to improve safety on the roads, it has been reported.
According to the BBC, the proposal from council bosses includes the removal of white lines on highways to make motorists slow down due to the unfamiliarity.
With the coldest months of the year approaching it may be an idea for homeowners to check the condition of their houses, it has been suggested.
According to Halifax, people who own property should look to get their houses ready for winter in order to ensure that it avoids damage.