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Monday 31st March 2008

Drivers in Sussex are using a special whistle in order to avoid collisions with deer on roads in the area, it has been reported.

According to the Argus, the device is installed onto vehicles and transmits a sound frequency which warns the animals not to step into the road.


Monday 31st March 2008

A move to cut the drink-drive limit on roads in the UK has been backed by a highways official, it has been reported.

Scotland on Sunday has commented that people will be punished for drinking as little as a small glass of wine before they get behind the wheel.


Friday 28th March 2008

Officials in Avon and Somerset have punished drivers found over the speed limit on roads in the region, it has been reported.

The local constabulary has commented that more than 80 motorists were found in violation of highways rules as part of a crackdown on Wednesday.


Friday 28th March 2008

People who drive for a living are more likely to behave badly on roads in towns across the UK, it has been claimed.


Friday 28th March 2008

People new to the road will soon be able to have their driving performance monitored by a new dashboard black box, it has been reported.


Friday 28th March 2008

Motorists caught drink-driving and ordered to attend rehabilitation courses can no longer expect free transport under new rules from officials in Northamptonshire, it has been reported.


Friday 28th March 2008

Motorists in Buckinghamshire have voiced their dissatisfaction over bollards placed at Marlow Bridge in the area, it has been reported.

Bucks Free Press has stated that it has received numerous complaints from people in the region frustrated by the road safety feature.


Friday 28th March 2008

A serious crash on the M40 has prompted traffic officials to warn drivers not to travel along the road, it has been reported.


Thursday 27th March 2008

The amount of money paid out in compensation claims to drivers in Scotland whose vehicles were damaged by potholes has been revealed.

According to figures from the BBC, some £2 million has been paid out by officials over the past five years due to the road problem.


Thursday 27th March 2008

Speed cameras are becoming more accepted by British drivers, new research has found.

According to statistics from IAM Motoring Trust, 20 per cent of people live in households where someone has been caught out by the devices this year.


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