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‘Concerning’ rise in smart motorway accidents annually
Driving Safety
Friday 31st July 2020
A recent Highways England report has revealed that the introduction of smart motorways has led to a “concerning” rise in major accidents.
Pothole related callout levels high despite lockdown
Driving Safety
Wednesday 29th July 2020
Besides callouts relating to flat batteries due to idle cars, there were many breakdown callouts to fix potholes and poor road surfaces - despite local authorities taking advantage of the quieter roads to make repairs during lockdown.
Moto service stations cut fuel prices
Fuel
Monday 27th July 2020
With an aim to save drivers £4.00 per full tank, Moto Hospitality service stations will be trialling a cut in its fuel prices at five locations in the UK.
Since the ease on lockdown restrictions, there has been a surge in driving lessons
Driving Laws
Friday 24th July 2020
It’s important that people can begin learning to drive again and can feel safe and confident whilst doing so. So thankfully, lessons have begun again.
Toyota announces revised Aygo JBL edition
Car Insurance
Wednesday 22nd July 2020
Toyota has launched a new Aygo JBL edition, said to be perfect for music lovers with it its five-speaker sound system.
NHS staff will soon have to pay to park at work again
Parking
Monday 20th July 2020
It has been announced that the free hospital parking that has been offered to NHS staff during the coronavirus pandemic cannot continue indefinitely.
Citroen announces savings for NHS staff and teachers
Car Insurance
Friday 17th July 2020
For those teachers and NHS workers who have worked throughout the coronavirus, Citroen wants to say ‘thank you’ by providing deposit contributions and other savings on Citroen models.
Government rejects electric car scrappage scheme
Driving Laws
Wednesday 15th July 2020
Many believe the existing incentives for green vehicles to be lacking, but hopes of a new scrappage scheme offering thousands towards the cost of an electric car have now been rejected by the government.
E-scooters to now allowed on Britain’s roads
Driving Safety
Monday 13th July 2020
Since 4th July, regulations allowing the use of rental e-scooters have come into effect. These trials will last a year and will be used to assess whether two-wheeled transport will reduce car traffic levels and how it impacts safety for all road users.