Car Insurance News Articles
The number of cases of fraud in both the theoretical and practical parts of driving exams has increase by 17.75% in four years.
The BBC reports:
A record number of people have been caught trying to cheat on their driving tests, BBC Scotland has found.
New figures have revealed that sales of alternatively fuelled cars have fallen by almost 5% year on year.
The BBC reports:
Sales of low emission cars in the UK have fallen for the first time in more than two years, the industry has said.
A new report has found that over 1.4 million penalty charge notices were issued to London drivers throughout last year, earning local authorities more than £90 million.
Rob Hull, This Is Money, reports:
An automotive expert has predicted that the future focus of sustainable car travel will not be electric, due to this method’s limitations.
Tristan Shale-Hester, Auto Express, reports:
A new report has called for a five-year fund to help improve local road maintenance, in light of the severe risk that potholes pose to motorists.
BBC News reports:
New government data has revealed that just over half of motorists speed in 30mph zones and just under half break speed limits on motorways.
Andrew Ryan, Fleet News, reports:
The UK produced just 116,035 cars in May, another fall in production year on year which has now resulted in 12 months of decline.
Peter Campbell, Financial Times, reports:
Large vehicles may be required to only use tyres which are less than a decade old under new government propositions.
Felix Page, Auto Car, reports:
A new law forbidding the use of older tyres for large vehicles could come into force as early as next year.
Updates to nationwide road signs will see the introduction of new warnings for hedgehogs on the road.
Hugo Griffiths, Auto Express, reports:
A new study has revealed that London will need over 4,000 more rapid charging ports if it is to be able to support the rapid increase in the number of electric vehicles being used.
Ross Lydall, The Evening Standard, reports: