Almost half of drivers are still uneasy when it comes to buying a used car from a private seller, according to a recent survey. The attraction of buying privately is often to get better value for money but more than two thirds of those asked felt they had been sold a faulty car.
96% of drivers believe the cost of fuel needs to be lower to make motoring affordable again, a poll by Be Wiser Insurance has shown.
It seems that councils and local authorities across the UK have been besieged by almost 50,000 angry members of the public claiming that unrepaired potholes have damaged their vehicles.
The Courier has more details in a news article:
The Institute For Advanced Motorist (IAM) has called for traffic education to become a compulsory part of the National Curriculum in the UK. This forms part of the IAM's drive to reduce the number of young people killed and injured on UK roads each year.
A recent study has found that around half of drivers asked have found themselves swerving across the road while texting on their mobile phones.
The PGA in Hampshire is pleased to announce that Be Wiser Insurance is to sponsor its premier stroke-play event for the next two years.
There will be a six month delay to the abolition of the paper driving licence counterpart as the Freight Transport Association (FTA) convinced the Government that the online replacement to the paper driving licence was not “fit for purpose”.
A notorious hotspot for motorcycle theft in London has seen a dramatic U-turn in crime since a new anti-theft initiative by Westminster City Council, the Metropolitan Police and a leading security tagging company.
A shocking 14% of UK drivers have made an illegal manoeuvre on the road after blindly following their sat-nav, a recent survey has revealed.
A news report by the Telegraph has more on the results:
The Government has announced that dangerous and reckless drivers will now be kept off the roads for longer, even after they have completed a custodial sentence.