A top government agency has told drivers to dispose of litter properly when they are on the road, it has been reported.
Although a rare occurrence a tyre blow out or puncture can be an inconvenience, and many drivers would simply stop and replace the damaged tyre with the spare and carry on their journey.
A motorist fined £175 (plus £200 costs) by the police for warning oncoming drivers of a police speed trap may not have been helping despite public support says Be Wiser Insurance.
Nearly half (43%) of British motorists feel most at risk when driving in unfamiliar areas according to a poll conducted by Be Wiser Insurance.
Commuting in rush hour traffic (1%) and driving on motorways (7%) received few votes.
Mark Bower-Dyke comments:
A shocking new report has shown that around one in every 14 drivers on the road have admitted to falling asleep at the wheel.
Motorists have been warned about the dangers of sideswiping on the road. This is where motorists in left-hand foreign lorries switching lanes are failing to see motorists behind them as their blind spot is on the other side.
According to new figures released by the Association of British Insurers the number of vehicles being seized and crushed by the authorities has increased.
New research has indicated that listening to music while driving could help people be safer on the roads.
A recent report has revealed that a significant proportion of young drivers are hitting the roads whilst under the influence of drink or drugs.
Drivers have been warned to steer carefully when going through roadworks by the Highways Agency.