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Friday 30th May 2008

A three-month anti-speed programme will not be extended indefinitely by officials in Staffordshire - much to the disappointment of local people, it has been reported.


Friday 30th May 2008

Police in North Yorkshire are warning local motorists to refrain from driving while over the legal alcohol limit this summer, a local news source has stated.


Friday 30th May 2008

Police officers in North Wales are to hire superbikes to quell the menace of rogue drivers in the region.

The constabulary is to take out two Honda VFRs and two Honda Fireblades in order to help them curb speeding motorists.


Friday 30th May 2008

Male drivers are more likely to pick up convictions while on the road, according to new figures.

Welsh Transport Statistics show that 84 per cent of motoring offences heard at magistrates courts in 2006 involved men, according to News Wales.


Friday 30th May 2008

A young driver safety day in Scotland is being sponsored by a local undertaker, it has been reported.

The Daily Record has commented that Graham Rattray has teamed up with police in the area in order to fund the course.


Friday 30th May 2008

Police officers in Hamilton have launched an operation to rid the area's Palace Grounds of boy racers, it has been reported.

According to the Hamilton Advertiser, officials are acting after complaints from local residents, who say the racers have been loud and unruly.


Thursday 29th May 2008

Police in Devon and Cornwall are looking to crack down on motorists who take to the road under the influence of alcohol or drugs this summer, it has been reported.


Thursday 29th May 2008

When making a car insurance claim, it would be a stupid idea to lie, according to an industry expert.

David Kuo, head of personal finance at Fool.co.uk, remarked that cover companies are now becoming more aware of people acting fraudulently when making claims.


Thursday 29th May 2008

Couples in the UK driving abroad regularly argue, according to new research.

Rental firm easyCar.com has revealed that 48 per cent of partners have quarrelled with each other in the car over map-reading skills.


Thursday 29th May 2008

Drivers in the UK used their vehicles less in April than in previous months, according to statistics from the government.

Reuters has reported that the HM Revenue & Customs has analysed fuel duty receipts and found that less petrol and diesel was used during the month.


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