Company car drivers are more likely to have received speeding points than other road users, claims a leading vehicle hire firm. On average around one in six drivers of company cars have been caught speeding compared with about one in ten of the rest of the country’s motorists.
Be Wiser Insurance, one of the UK’s largest privately owned motor insurance brokers, is pleased to announce that it is a major sponsor for AP Kawasaki for the 2012 British Superbike Championship.
After joining the insurance industry for the money, Be Wiser chairman Mark Bower-Dyke shares his frustrations of short-termism and the lack of training, and explains why telematics is not the answer to the ills of the motor market.
People who travel with their pet in the vehicle should look into installing harnesses in order to keep themselves and the animal safe, it has been claimed.
Shockingly the majority of UK drivers speed on the roads, according to a recent study. The survey looked at how speed cameras affected driver behaviour.
Motorists who use the country’s extensive motorway network are aware of the 70mph speed limit.
Nearly half (46%) of British drivers have someone else do basic maintenance tasks on their vehicle according to a recent Be Wiser Insurance poll.
Mark Bower-Dyke, Chairman of Be Wiser Insurance, comments:
The May Bank Holiday is traditionally the first time everyone in the UK can get away with a good chance of some sunshine. To make sure everyone avoids breakdowns this May Bank Holiday, Be Wiser Insurance has got some top tips to offer.
Britons hate driving on the continent and nearly two-thirds admit that they lose all confidence as they roll off the ferry; despite many choosing a driving holiday as a way to save money.
We have all seen the parking bays reserved for Blue Badge holders, usually at the supermarket or in the local municipal car park and the vast majority of us will leave well alone thinking that someone who really needs it should use it.