Police are working alongside the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) to reduce the number of uninsured drivers on the roads, reports the Mail on Sunday.
Police officers in South Tyneside have reportedly taken to sending tongue in cheek messages to vehicle owners who continue to ignore crime prevention advice.
Misdemeanours behind the wheel are causing chaos on Britain's roads and are at the root of most accidents, according to the RAC Foundation.
Accidents could be avoided if drivers "stopped sinning", the organisation suggests.
Generating awareness is crucial in reducing road deaths caused by under-age motorists, it is claimed.
More lessons for young motorists would help solve the problem that many inexperienced drivers have when first taking to Britain's busy roads, it has been suggested.
The minimum age at which drivers can take their test could rise to 18 if new proposals to be discussed in a government consultation are given the go-ahead.
Police in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland are issuing a stark warning to motorists who think they can get away with driving under the influence of alcohol when a drink driving campaign comes to an end in the new year.
Drivers who take steps to reduce their impact on the environment by following the government's smarter driving tips can save money on fuel and car insurance.
Motorists in the north-west of England are being urged to take care on icy roads this winter, especially those which are inaccessible to gritters.
Motorists in Cumbria have been advised to take extra care on the roads amid wintry weather conditions.