Motoring Accident News
A programme designed to reduce the number of collisions involving occupational drivers has met with success.
The collaboration between IAM Fleet and British Telecom (BT) has resulted in a 40 per cent cut in accidents, with 50,000 motorists from BT taking part.
A chain of garages across the UK is to offer motorists the chance to make sure their vehicles are ready for the winter season.
The number of motorists caught over the speed limit on one of Doncaster's busiest roads has hit more than 700, it has been reported.
The majority of motorists would not commit insurance fraud, a new poll has found.
Research from car supermarket Motorpoint found that 72 per cent of people on the road would not engage in fronting.
New technology has been developed by an automobile manufacturer in order to prevent drivers from crashing due to drowsiness.
New research from car data site mycarcheck.com has revealed some of the UK's most haunting motoring mysteries.
According to legend, three people have been killed and others injured by the Phantom Lorry of Cheshire, skulking along the Hyde to Mottram Road.
A top insurance body has told drivers in the UK to make sure they are filling up their vehicles with the right type of petrol.
The British Insurers Brokers Association (Biba) has claimed that 150,000 motorists do this every year, costing them as much as £5,000.
The amount of motorists choosing to drive through red lights has gone up over the last year, it has been reported.
According to Confused.com, there has been an 11 per cent increase in those who risk their lives by getting across despite what the traffic feature tells them.
Drivers who experience an accident on the phone due to using their mobile phone may find it difficult to claim on their car insurance policy, it has been claimed.
Children at a primary school in Essex assisted police officers monitoring motorists breaking the speed limit outside their school, it has been reported.