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Clampdown on parking tickets: New rules to protect millions of motorists in full
Car Insurance
Friday 29th March 2019

New legislation will see the introduction of an independent appeals service to help drivers challenge unfair parking tickets.

Emma Munbodh, The Mirror, reports:

New laws are set to safeguard drivers

You can now be fined £100 for blaring loud music while driving
Car Insurance
Wednesday 27th March 2019

Motorists who commit anti-social behaviours in Bradford could face a fine of up to £100 under new legislation.

Molly Rose Pike, The Sun, reports:

Drivers can now be fined for

Lincoln contender Zwayyan heads to Doncaster after winning the valuable Lincoln Trial at Wolverhampton.
Monday 25th March 2019
Wolverhampton’s big handicap winner Zwayyan prepares to follow up on turf in Saturday’s famous Lincoln at Doncaster, while prolific winner Executive Force won for the sixth time this season
Number of elderly drivers banned for medical reasons skyrockets
Car Insurance
Monday 25th March 2019

More than 20,000 elderly motorists had their licences revoked by the DVLA on medical grounds last year.

Tristan Shale-Hester, Auto Express, reports:

The number of drivers aged 70 or older

Ban cars from idling near schools, says UK public health agency
Car Insurance
Friday 22nd March 2019

A UK health organisation has called for cars to be banned from idling outside schools in an attempt to reduce the dangers of air pollution for students.

Matthew Weaver, The

A fifth of drivers ignore smart motorway ‘red X’ signs risking £100 fine
Car Insurance
Wednesday 20th March 2019

New research has revealed that more than 20% of drivers admit to disregarding the red X on smart motorways.

The RAC reports:

Those who ignore ‘red Xs’ could be endangering

26-year-old Scott topped three of the sessions and was never outside the top three in the others.
Tuesday 19th March 2019

Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team riders Scott Redding and Josh Brookes today concluded five days of pre-season testing in both Spain and Portugal in preparation for the opening round of the

The floodlights are switched on for the first fixture of a new era at Southwell Racecourse.
Monday 18th March 2019
Southwell Racecourse entered a new chapter in its long history when its first ever floodlit meeting took place last week, and an expensive newcomer made a striking debut at Wolverhampton
Utility companies taken to task over poor road repairs
Car Insurance
Monday 18th March 2019

New government proposals could see utility companies being forced to repair potholes caused by roadworks that they complete. 

Tristan Shale-Hester, Auto Express, reports:

Utility companies could be forced to issue