Local councils have warned that motorists buying part-warn tyres could be putting lives at risk, due to the serious safety defects they can have.
ITV News reports:
Motorists could be putting lives at risk buying dangerous second-hand tyres, councils have warned.
A new law set to come into force will allow motorway cameras to observe traffic and punish motorists who ignore the red ‘X’ gantry signs.
James Allen, The Sunday Times, reports:
Less than half of learner drivers are passing their theory tests, the lowest rate in the past decade according to new statistics.
Terri-Ann Williams, The Daily Mail, reports:
Fresh from his maiden Bennetts British Superbike Championship victory at Donington Park yesterday, Be Wiser Ducati’s Scott Redding swept to two more sensational race wins today to make it an unprecedented treble and in doing so, swept to the top of the championship standings following round three
Scott Redding took a fantastic maiden victory in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship today when the Be Wiser Ducati rider won the opening race of the triple-header weekend at Donington Park.
Around 12 million motorists are now considering an electric car as their next purchase, an online survey of motorists has found.
Tristan Shale-Hester, Auto Express, reports:
New research has found that despite the recent rise in fuel prices, taking the train costs significantly more than driving to your destination.
James Salmon, The Daily Mail, reports:
It may come as a surprise to motorists who’ve filled their tank on a motorway lately.
Round three of the 2019 Bennetts British Superbike Championship takes place at Donington Park this weekend with the Be Wiser Ducati pairing of Josh Brookes and Scott Redding looking to build on their previous round results.
Alastair Seeley and the Be Wiser Ducati team saw their hopes of victory at the 90th anniversaryfonaCAB International North West 200 in association with Nicholl Oils thwarted by inclement weather on the Causeway Coast of Northern Ireland yesterday with one of the Superbike races cut to four laps a
Leaders in the Welsh government have called for the introduction of a 20mph speed limit on all residential roads across the country, in an attempt to improve public health.
The RAC reports: