Fuel is one of the necessary evils, without it we’d be grounded – but why does it have to cost so much? BP claims to have found a solution.
Andrew English, The Telegraph, reports:
Over half of parents would not like to teach their children to drive, but they could be missing out on important driving safety lessons themselves.
Anyone who has cruise control can relate to relaxing a little more behind the wheel without the need to worry about speed limits. Take this a step further with self-driving vehicles and you have people who would willingly fall sleep behind the wheel!
Horrifyingly, 50% of hit and run motorists don’t realise the legal requirement to stop if you’ve been involved in an incident. Presumably this applies to less serious offenses, and not when the person who’s been hit is in a critical condition.
Richard Aucock, Motoring Research, reports:
How into your football are you? For some, the colour of your car should match the colour of your team. This had led to a surge of blue cars across Leicester, in a trend that’s typical up and down the country.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
Have you ever experienced that heart-wrenching moment when you hear that awful metal on metal scrape of your car against another?
Just 3% of people think teachers should be the primary people to teach children about road safety, a recent poll by Be Wiser Insurance has found.
A huge 95% of respondents claimed parents should be responsible for teaching children to cross the road safely.
Late again! Jump in the car… turn the key in the ignition, handbrake! Let’s go! But turning round the corner shows a familiar sight. Another red light. It feels like you have spent most of your driving life sat at a red light.
Are you a busy parent? Or do you simply struggle to get a full night’s sleep? In an interesting study, the effect of sleep deprivation has been studied when driving, and the results are quite surprising.
Yahoo! News reports:
If you’ve been waiting for more information on the Jaguar F-Pace, then your wait is over! Andrew English, The Telegraph, is on hand to give a comprehensive overview: