Car warning lights are a drivers worst nightmare, especially if it’s a flashy unusual shape that you’ve never seen before – what on earth could that be? Many of us aren’t well versed in the secret language of car dashboard warning lights, but that doesn’t mean they can be ignored.
Is it time to shake off the expectation of coming to work while ill – especially when it risks lives on our roads?
Imagine this, you’ve had a long day at work, and you’re approaching the turn off to your street. Getting ready to turn off the engine and put the kettle on. But what’s the first thing that springs to mind when you slow down round the corner before your front door?
There has been a lot of hype recently about automated cars and how they could improve road safety. However, recent research shows that there are a lot of safety issues that need to be addressed before they become available to the public.
Mark Harris, The Guardian, reports:
Be Wiser Insurance is set to expand further - creating 350 jobs over the course of the next three years. The new 10,000ft Be Wiser office will be based in Swindon's York House at Edison Park and will open in April/May time, once all IT work and fittings have been completed.
How many times have you searched the house from top to bottom to look for your car keys - which you swear must have been moved – and yet, they're always in the same place, right? Luckily we're terrible at doing much more than providing ourselves a short-term annoyance.
15% of UK commuters drive for over an hour to get to their workplace, a recent survey has revealed – applying prolonged periods of stress twice a day.
Air pollution and the need for eco-friendly cars has been in the media now for years, so it’s surprising that London exceeded its 2016 air pollution limit in just 8 days. This puts people’s health at risk, and has even been compared to the ‘Black Death’.
With the recent flooding, particularly in the north of the country, the potential for damage to cars has been increased, and perhaps unsurprisingly there has been an increase in the sale of flood damaged cars.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports: