Nearly half (45%) of British motorists consider the dazzling effect of low sun to be the biggest concern for driving in the autumn, according to a recent Be Wiser Poll.
An improved physical condition could lead to better driving skills among the elderly, according to a new study. A School of Medicine carried out tests in an effort to see if motorists' coordination, speed or movement and flexibility saw improvement.
58% of UK motorists prefer to plan their journey with a paper map rather than relying on Sat-Nav alone, a poll conducted by Be Wiser Insurance concludes.
Mark Bower-Dyke, Chairman of Be Wiser Insurance, comments:
The stereotype that women are helpless in the event of a breakdown has been negated by new research. An increasing number of women are car-savvy enough to take care of their own vehicles instead of calling in experts, according to the report.
Concentrating resources on high-risk routes could reduce the number of deaths on the roads, according to a new report.
Be Wiser Insurance, the independent motor insurance broker, has launched its new all singing, all dancing TV advertising campaign.
The new disco style advertisement will be shown on terrestrial and satellite channels Sky, UK3 and Meridian South.
More than a fifth of all parking tickets – a total of over 1.4 million – were cancelled last year, the Commons Transport Select Committee has found. The committee described itself as "astounded" by the numbers torn up after they were challenged by irate drivers.
The speed at which younger motorists drive may be influenced by computer driving games, new research has revealed.