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Wednesday 15th May 2013
There is no doubt that road and vehicle safety has improved motoring conditions and saved thousands of lives over the last couple of decades.

Monday 10th December 2012
Here are some more helpful tips on how to keep your car and yourself safe while driving in wintery conditions:
 
1. Keep locks ice-free – give them a squirt of WD40 before night fall and this will stop them freezing up.

Thursday 18th October 2012
A recent report has revealed that instead of preventing trouble “Baby on Board” stickers are seemingly causing accidents on our roads.
 

Wednesday 17th October 2012
No matter how good a driver you think you are there are always moments when your attention wanders even for just a second. In that moment, campaigners for motorcycle safety are saying, is when you don’t see a motorbike on the road.
 

Wednesday 10th October 2012
Motorists with tyres that are not inflated to the proper level may find that they are endangering their car insurance policies each time they head out onto the road. Authorities are worried that more people are not checking the tyre pressures often enough to keep their vehicles safe.

Monday 24th September 2012
We’ve all done it; whilst driving seen something out of the window and it has momentarily split our focus from the road ahead.

Wednesday 19th September 2012
UK motorists are being urged to acknowledge the dangers of whiplash-related injuries amid concerns that many drivers could be vulnerable to injury by failing to take the necessary precautions.
 

Thursday 13th September 2012
If you park regularly in the centre of your home town you are likely to know all the best parking spots, the cheapest car parks and even those little back alleys that escape the eye of the traffic warden.

Wednesday 12th September 2012
UK motorists have experienced the chaos that can be the school-run; the whole subject raises emotions and opinions. In addition, many parents do not realise how much their annual fuel bills are increased by driving the kids right to the school gates.

Monday 10th September 2012

With some of the severest winters on record in recent years it is no surprise that many of the country’s roads are littered with potholes and cracks. This is expected every year and councils usually budget for repairs during the summer.


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