Companies, whose drivers use their phones while driving could be held liable for their behaviour and prosecuted, say police. A trial scheme is currently under way in London where company drivers caught using their mobiles are being fined £30 and told their employer could be interviewed.
This coming bank holiday could see some of the most congested roads this year.
Traditionally Brits take this final bank holiday of the summer as their last chance to enjoy any remaining sunshine.
The age of chivalry is officially dead, a leading tyre maker has said. A survey of male drivers it conducted showed that only just over half said that they would stop and help a woman changing a tyre at the side of the road.
Motorists are risking having to make a claim on their car insurance, serious injury and even death, by failing to inflate their tyres properly, according to TyreSafe.
MPs have described charges for hospital parking as a "mess", recommending that parking should be free for patients receiving daily care such as chemotherapy.
People who cart their caravans around the UK are more likely to get frustrated by drivers in Britain than anywhere else on the continent; car insurance customers may be interested to know.
Company car drivers are spending more time than ever at the wheel while on business, market research for a major vehicle leasing company has claimed.
The UK may flatter itself that it has a reputation for fair play, but recent research has revealed that we are more than happy to pull a fast one when selling a car.
A survey of the cost of parts across the country has claimed that some dealers overcharge motorists by up to 400 per cent to encourage them to buy new cars.
Teenage motorists are almost twice as likely to make a claim during their first year on the road as drivers aged over 25, claims a new survey. Averaging figures compiled during 2003, 2004 and 2005 the A & A group showed that more than a third of 17 and 18 year old drivers claimed against the