With local authorities cutting costs by turning off street lights in some areas it is no surprise that some roads have become more dangerous, especially in bad weather.
More than half of UK motorists admit to tailgating, a recent survey by road safety group Brake has found. Almost a third of motorists admit doing tailgating regularly despite almost all drivers claiming the practise is worrying.
A majority of UK drivers believe electric cars could be "a silent danger" without an ambient noise system to emulate engine noise, according to a recent poll conducted by Be Wiser Insurance.
The vehicle history experts HPI have released shocking figures that show almost 490,000 vehicles on the road in the UK could have the incorrect mileage. Dodgy dealers in it to make a bigger buck are putting lives at risk with vehicles that have done more mileage than is claimed.
Your car is more likely to pass its first MOT if it was manufactured in Britain, a new survey has shown. The information was found by Honest John, a leading consumer motoring group, and has also revealed that cars built in France and Germany are more likely to fail.
UK motorists are being plagued by thousands of miles of unfinished maintenance work according to a survey of county councils by a leading breakdown service.
More details have been revealed in a report by Yahoo! News:
Councils across the country have begun the ritual roadworks which take place nearly every year, causing a number of local headaches for motorists across the country.
While local councils charging for parking is nothing new, some motorists are paying over the odds because parking machines cannot give change and councils are unwilling to upgrade.
Cornwall council in particular has been named in a BBC news report as one of the worst offenders:
A government scheme to encourage more drivers to buy electric cars has recently been revitalised by the Deputy Prime Minister.
The average daily commute costs around £50,000 and takes more than a year to travel over the course of a person’s working life, according to a report by Yahoo Motoring News: