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Wednesday 25th April 2012

People who travel with their pet in the vehicle should look into installing harnesses in order to keep themselves and the animal safe, it has been claimed.

Monday 19th March 2012

Britain's roads have continued to get safer but some remain up to ten per cent more risky than others says new research. The survey, conducted by the European Road Assessment Programme (EuroRAP) and the AA found that eight per cent of UK roads are rated as high or medium danger.

Wednesday 7th December 2011

Many motorists are taking increasingly longer journeys in their vehicles, whether for work or simply a long weekend the distances travelled can be considerable.

Monday 5th December 2011

Noisy cars and bikes are the second most irritating neighbourhood noise, says an RAC poll, cruelly refusing to reveal what occupied the number one slot.

Monday 28th November 2011

Age is not a significant factor when it comes to driving, according to a breakdown organisation that rejects claims that compulsory eye tests should be introduced for over-70s.

Monday 21st November 2011

Our cars are becoming more and more filled with new technology designed to help make driving easier; electric windows, air conditioning, power steering all contribute to a better driving experience.

Wednesday 16th November 2011

Every day many of the country’s motorists take some sort of medication; it may be a simple pain killer or a more robust drug like a hay fever remedy. However, it seems that some drivers are not aware of the effects these tablets are having on their driving.

Wednesday 9th November 2011

With motorists having to pay more and more to keep their cars on the road every potential saving is vital. Recent research has revealed that checking tyres could help ease the financial burden of vehicle owners.

Thursday 3rd November 2011

In an attempt to cut down the numbers of accidents and insurance claims involving company vehicles a new scheme may be introduced which will force drivers to pay fines.

Monday 24th October 2011

A mind-reading computer programme, developed by Cambridge and MIT scientists, could help reduce car insurance premiums.

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