The weather is set to get colder and that means many of us with be faced with de-icing our cars in the morning before we set off for work! But did you know there’s a right way and the wrong way to de-ice your car?
RAC Cars reports:
Are you guilty of lane-hogging? Lane-hogging is when drivers choose to use the middle lane, even when the inside lane is relatively empty, and it’s a fineable offense, due to it being considered as careless driving.
Andrew Brady, Motoring Research, reports:
Drink driving is hugely dangerous - it not only endangers the life of the driver, but also other road users and pedestrians.
An old favourite bounced back to form to win Wolverhampton’s big race this week while a young jockey claimed another success to boast the best strike rate in the Championships table.
GALLANT GREY WATERSMEET CLAIMS FINAL PLACE
What colour is your car? Are you a fan of something bright that will stand out in a car park, or do you prefer a shade that will hide the dirt? If you’re on trend, you’ll be driving a black, white or grey car, but which of these three is the most popular?
Whilst Norway is making electric cars much more accessible, the UK still have a way to go before they become more popular that their petrol and diesel counterparts.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
A jockey who enjoyed his best ever year in 2017 continues in great form on the All-Weather, while three Fast Track Qualifiers for Good Friday’s £1 million Finals Day will take place within the next few days.
McDONALD STILL FARMING THE WINNERS
Electric or hybrid cars now account for more than 50% of total registrations in Norway, with generous subsidies cited as the reason.
Lawrence Allan, AutoExpress News, reports:
Do you have to pay and display to park your car when you go to work? Perhaps you need to use a public car park which over the years has totalled quite a spend?
A recent poll shows 73% of drivers think cyclists should face same laws as drivers, with many also thinking that cyclists should have to pass a test and pay road tax to be legally allowed to use their bikes on public roads.
James Salmon, The Mail Online, report: