The latest new gadget designed to help keep drivers safe on the roads has been developed by a team at Nottingham Trent University.
ITPro reports the story:
Nearly two-thirds (64%) of British motorists have lost their car at some point.
While 63% of respondents admitted to having lost their car they qualified this by saying that they'd only lost it briefly.
Mark Bower-Dyke, Chairman of Be Wiser Insurance, comments:
It has only been a just over a year since legislation making it illegal for drivers to “hog” the middle lane on a multi-lane road, but a survey has revealed the reasons behind this annoying behaviour.
The Telegraph has the details of the results:
The DVLA are coming right up to date and offering even more online services.
A majority (61%) of UK motorists believe the relatively higher cost of young driver insurance is completely fair.
39% still believe young driver insurance is unfairly expensive.
Many ask why young driver insurance is so expensive –and the answer boils down to statistics.
During a recent visit to Sweden a group of UK ministers were treated to a display of brand new technology that could help lorry drivers in the future.
A news report in the International Business Times takes up the story:
The used car market is thriving across the UK but is it worth travelling up north to buy and car or driving down south to sell one?
According to used car valuation expert Glass’s it could be. The Daily Telegraph has reported their findings:
The DVLA has said that, from January 2015, paper counterparts to driving licences will no longer be issued. Instead there will be a new online service where all the details held on the paper counterpart will be available.
The report was covered by WalesOnline:
The Prime Minister has announced that new laws could soon be in place which would mean local councils could allow motor racing on Britain’s roads.
The Telegraph covered the announcement in more detail:
Set to buy almost 300 plug in vehicles for use across the public sector including Whitehall, the NHS, police forces and councils the Government has taken the first steps to leading the way in the electric revolution.
The announcement was reposted by Business Green: