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Friday 28th February 2014

Nearly three quarters (72%) of British motorists believe drivers are less polite than they once were. 

Wednesday 26th February 2014

Many UK drivers will remember the mantra “mirror, signal, manoeuvre” or MSM. It has stood us in good stead and is just as relevant today as it was 30 years ago.

Monday 24th February 2014

With many of the children in the country starting back at school today, we can expect phenomenal traffic again. And after the lull of half-term it can seem doubly irritating to some. One of the biggest bug bears to drivers is the inconsiderate parking around schools.

Thursday 20th February 2014

Car crashes happen on the country’s road every day; most will be efficiently sorted out by the insurance companies but a considerable number will end up revealed as fake.

Wednesday 19th February 2014

Britain is considered a pretty geologically stable country with perhaps the odd minor tremor every few years. However, in the last month alone there have been more than a few incidences of sinkholes opening up in highly populated areas of the country.

Monday 17th February 2014

In many UK drivers’ minds there is little doubt that the recent storms and huge downpours are unprecedented. And some would go further and say that Climate Change is to blame and we should be doing everything in our power to slow or stop Global Warming.

Wednesday 12th February 2014

After a vote in the House of Commons on Monday it looks like a law will be passed to completely ban smoking in cars where children are present. 

Monday 10th February 2014
Following a handful of other concerned countries, like Australia, Canada and a few countries in Europe, smoking in a car with children present could soon become illegal. MP’s will be voting today on this issue and the outcome could have a serious affect on the nation.

Thursday 6th February 2014
The news is filled with stories of woe at the moment; the increasing rainfall and flooding are leaving householders and drivers in the wet. Unfortunately, many drivers are taking chances with flooded roads and becoming stuck.

Wednesday 5th February 2014
While many Britons would agree having a car nowadays is essential for trips like the school run, shopping and getting to work.

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