Police in Tameside are to carry out roadside checks in order to catch out motorists who take to the road under the influence of drugs, it has been reported.
The number of people still using mobile phones behind the wheel is incomprehensible, according to a police official.
Motorists in Norwich who break the law by driving in bus lanes are to be targeted by police in the area, according to a local news source.
The Norwich Evening News reports that hundred of drivers have been found to be flouting the rules by heading into the stretches to save time.
Bogus driving instructors are to be targeted as part of a new campaign from the Driving Standards Agency (DSA), the body has announced.
Those who snack behind the wheel have been warned by new research that their actions risk accidents.
Green Flag and road safety group Brake conducted a study which found that reaction times are slowed by 29 per cent when a driver eats a bag of crisps.
Drivers in the UK could find that they are disrupted by strike action taken by workers at the Department for Transport, it has been claimed.
What Car? reports that 8,500 employees from the body intend to picket against what they feel is a poor appraisal and pay rise system.
New research has revealed the amount of money people in the UK are spending on petrol.
According to Halifax, the average total spent each week on fuel is at least £30, with more than half filling up more than once per week.
The Retail Motor Industry's (RMI) Society of Motor Auctions (SMA) has appointed Louise Wallis as its new head.
Ms Wallis will highlight the benefits of using auctions as a method of disposing vehicle in addition to sourcing for new stock.
Motorists in the UK know what they want to buy when they walk into a dealership half of the time, new research has found.
According to British Car Auctions (BCA), 50 per cent of drivers have a specific make and model in mind when they look to purchase.
Road officials in Northamptonshire have cut the speed limit on a dangerous stretch of road in the area.
Motorists travelling along Harlestone Road near Church Brampton will have to do so at 40mph in the future, reports the Northamptonshire Chronicle and Echo.