Motoring Accident News
Over 70% of motorists would not trust driverless cars, a recent survey has found.
The poll asked drivers if they would trust a driverless car that doesn’t have any passengers inside, and 72% claimed they wouldn’t trust driverless cars under any circumstances.
Tracking devices have been in mobile technology for a while now. With GPS tracking and people ‘checking in’ on social media it’s easy to know where your friends may be.
Car headlights, indicators and brake lights can become dimmed with excess grime, and number plates can become entirely obscured.
It was an expensive slip up for one test driver, not only for his pocket but nearly for his life! Luckily, one quick thinking salesman acted bravely to save the life of the driver using the McLaren 650S’s door as a fire shield.
The Telegraph reported:
It can be devastating when your beloved pet goes missing, especially if, as happens occasionally, no trace of the animal is ever found.
The Department for Transport has revealed shocking figures regarding the numbers of accidents involving cyclists over the last 5 years in the country’s capital.
The details were reported in a news article by the BBC:
Whether UK drivers are planning to travel in Britain or are heading abroad there’s always the concern of hitting a traffic jam at the worst possible time. To combat this, the Highways Agency has issued a helpful list of potential traffic hotspots this summer.