Car Insurance News Articles
If given the choice would you rather invest in improving our roads, or the technology behind driverless cars?
MSN news reports:
Many of us fall into bad habits when driving, especially if you’ve been driving for years. These bad habits may be putting you or other road users at risk – but are you even aware of what they could be?
RAC news reports:
Whilst is best to avoid floodwater wherever possible, sometimes you have no other option but to drive through it. The below guidelines aim to reduce the risk of accident or injury.
The Telegraph reports:
Being fully aware of the rules of the road is something every driver should feel confident of. But, are there certain rules of the highway code that you’re unwittingly breaking?
Sophie Kitching, The Telegraph, reports:
Taking a road trip with friends is probably on the cards at some point this summer, and whilst it might sound like a good idea to just follow your friend’s car, as they know the way, it’s important for every driver in the group to plan their own route.
Using your mobile phone whilst driving is both illegal and dangerous. Even when not in use, mobile phones create a distraction with constant notifications, but luckily Apple has provided a solution within their latest update.
Neil Lancefield and Martyn Landi, The Mirror, reports:
Hay-fever can be debilitating. During the summer months hay-fever is often at it’s worse, but there are steps you can take to reduce its effects.
Lucy Elkins, The Daily Mail, reports:
If you’re in the market for a new car but unsure what to get, a compact SUV may just be the answer. They can be as dependable as, if not better than, your previous car for number of reasons.
Euden Valdez, PhilStar Busines, reports:
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It’s important to update both the theoretical and practical driving tests so they remain relevant to our changing roads. However, changes due to take place in December to the practical driving test have received mixed responses.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, report:
Motorists driving in London could soon be charged on the distance they cover under new pollution-busting pay-as-you-go plans by the Mayor.
Martin Saarinen, AutoExpress, reports: