British drivers are the worst for road rage according to a recent survey. The survey asked over 3,000 drivers from 20 countries about road rage and driver aggression.
According to a survey by the RAC the country’s motorway service stations are seen as a big turn off. With more than half of those asked saying they had not enjoyed their visit at all.
The results of the survey were reported in a news article by BT lifestyle:
As Christmas approaches, most of us will be trying to get in and out of the country’s city centres to prepare for the big day. As those roads get busier traffic often grinds to a very annoying halt, making it is easy to get frustrated and forget that Christmas spirit.
For those who grew up in the 1970s and 1980s the Green Cross Code Man was a familiar sight on our TVs and helped to make crossing the road safer for many children. Now he is coming back to highlight the dangers of using a mobile phone whilst walking.
A recent survey found a slight majority of UK drivers support the EU push to increase the number of electric charging points in the country.
A recent survey carried out by a leading insurance company has revealed many drivers would find it difficult to pass the written portion of the current driving test.
The results were reported by the Telegraph:
On a quiet road in South Yorkshire the Police netted a whole bunch of speeders caught out by a fake speed limit sign. Jokers had put up the signs reading “40” while the actual limit was “30”.
The story was covered in a new report by Autoexpress:
According to a survey by a leading insurance company more than half of UK motorists would see younger drivers forced to affix Green "P Plates" on their vehicles from when they have passed their tests until they are 21.
Rather predictably, car crime has proven to be most prevalent in London, according to recent research. The research, carried out by a leading motor leasing firm has also found outside London most car thefts happen in densely populated areas.
A news report on Yahoo cars has more detail:
The government have announced a little bit of extra help for cash strapped UK drivers with a reduction in the price of the driving licence.
The details are covered in a news report by the Guardian: