Traffic delays due to road works are to hit motorists in the south of Denbighshire, according to a local news source.Your Vale has commented that motorists will be forced to find an alternative route around the A5 between Llangollen and Corwen when resurfacing work gets underway on Monday September 1st 2008.Those who do travel on the highways will find truncated roads with speed limited to between ten and 40 mph.It could be that motorists who travel on unfamiliar roads are more likely to invalidate their car insurance policies.This is because they may be more likely to have an accident on a road they do not know as well.Meanwhile, Newton News has stated that resurcfacing work is set to delay motorists in the Newton Aycliffe area of County Durham.A convoy system will operate in the area between September 4th and 5th and the 8th and 9th.
Thursday 28th August 2008
Monday 25th May 2020
New rules from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have been created to help motorists to reduce the impact of temporary financial distress and to ensure that customers continue to have insurance that meets their demands and needs during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Monday 18th May 2020
Recent research has found that motorists are not clear on MOT rules during the coronavirus pandemic. The main point to remember is that motorists need to keep their vehicles in a roadworthy state, to avoid prosecution and costly repairs due to cars being neglected for what may be months.
Friday 15th May 2020
Although 15% of motorists have stopped using their car completely in recent weeks, the roads remain a dangerous place as motorists have been found using quieter roads to speed excessively.