It has been well documented that young drivers, particularly young men aged 17-25 are the most hazardous on the road causing more accidents per person per mile than any other age group.
An overwhelming majority of British road users (68%) said they would not buy a hydrogen powered car because of the potential dangers, according to a recent Be Wiser Insurance poll.
Mark Bower-Dyke, Chairman of Be Wiser Insurance, comments:
For many Easter is a great time to jump in the car and take a trip to the continent, but there are some potential pitfalls to be aware of on European roads.
Often drivers in the UK find most road signs helpful; like there is a round about coming up, or a hidden junction, or the speed limit changes.
The vast majority of drivers on the road in the UK are law abiding citizens who have fully paid up their motor insurance and this is how it should be.
Having a convertible in time for the summer weather may leave some people short financially, it has been claimed. A leading financial advice website has reported that car dealers often put up the price of the vehicles as the warmer weather arrives.
Britain's roads have continued to get safer but some remain up to ten per cent more risky than others says new research. The survey, conducted by the European Road Assessment Programme (EuroRAP) and the AA found that eight per cent of UK roads are rated as high or medium danger.
Most people will agree that owning their own car is a sign of freedom and flexibility, but what if you only needed a car occasionally? The expense of owning, taxing, repairing and fuelling your own vehicle is now becoming prohibitive for many in the UK, so what are the alternatives?
A large amount of accidents on UK roads are caused by immigrants, according to a council official.
Most drivers have to negotiate at least one roundabout or another during their daily vehicle journeys and some always seem worse than others.