With the ban of using a mobile phone behind the wheel becoming much more publicised, has the focus been taken away from the dangers of drink driving?
Rob Hull, The Daily Mail, reports:
Newmarket trainer David Simcock is looking forward to the Fillies and Mares Final after winning last week’s qualifier, while the prolific Spare Parts became the winning-most horse in Season 5 with another victory at Wolverhampton.
GOLDEN ‘GRAHAM’ COMPLETES A FIVE-TIMER
New drivers have less experience on the roads, making them a potentially higher risk when it comes to careless driving. Introducing lower speed limits and enforcing a night curfew could reduce this risk. But is it fair to discriminate against new drivers in this way?
Britain’s most successful motorcycle racing team, Paul Bird Motorsport, are pleased to announce three new appointments as Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team start their defence of the British Superbike Championship.
The road policing chief has demanded that the days of 'soft' treatment come to an end, and says drivers should stop 'whingeing' if they are caught.
Rebecca Camber and James Salmon, The Daily Mail, report:
A recent investigation found that 20 police forces are using mobile speed cameras to catch drivers using phones and not wearing seatbelts.
Hugo Griffiths, Auto Express news, reports:
Checking your blind spot when behind the wheel is a must before any manoeuvre, whether that’s changing lanes on the motorway, parking or simply turning a corner. Despite this, it’s often overlooked, with potentially dangerous consequences.
MSN news reports:
A zebra crossing is a common feature on UK roads, but are you sure you know the correct way to use it?
Rob Hull, Mail Online, reports: