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Wednesday 30th April 2008

Motorists driving smaller vehicles on UK roads may be at more risk than those in larger cars, it has been claimed.

Research from Thatcham shows that city cars offer less protection to drivers should they be involved in a collision.

Wednesday 30th April 2008

People in the UK will soon be paying £84 in order to fill up a tank of petrol, it has been reported.

The cost of fuel has gone up from 93.98p per litre since last year and is expected to hit £1.50 per litre in the near future, according to the Daily Express.

Wednesday 30th April 2008

The Ford Mondeo is the car from which people in the UK get the most use, according to new research.

A study from Warranty Direct found that a Mondeo owner typically gets around 15,000 miles from their car each year.

Wednesday 30th April 2008

A new initiative in order to curb the bad behaviour of some motorbike riders in Kent has been set up by the local police force, according to a local news source.

Tuesday 29th April 2008

Ipswich motorists were targeted by police in the region looking to catch out those who break road rules, according to a local news source.

The Ipswich Evening Star has commented that more than 1,700 were found in violation of the law by officials in the region.

Tuesday 29th April 2008

Motorists in the UK would consider swapping their car for an environmentally-friendly vehicle if the incentives were great enough, it has been claimed.

Monday 28th April 2008

Drivers speeding through two villages in Cheshire are to be targeted by officials in the area as part of a crackdown against the crime, it has been reported.

Monday 28th April 2008

Older drivers are not as dangerous on the roads as is traditionally thought by some, it has been found.

Statistics from the Institute of Advanced Motoring Trust (IAM) reported in Motors Today show that people over 70 are involved in six per cent of crashes every year.

Monday 28th April 2008

Parents taking their children to and from school take a number of risks along the way, according to new research.

A survey conducted by Sainsbury's has found that eight per cent of drivers have been in an accident during the journey over the past five years.

Friday 25th April 2008

Exeter motorists have been warned not to use their mobile phone behind the wheel, according to a local news source.

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