In-car cameras allowing parents to see the way their children drive could cut accident rates among young people
Monday 23rd September 2019
New research suggests that the use of dash cams alongside black box technology that lets parents see how their children drive could reduce young driver crash rates.
Insurers state that you could be able to watch a film behind the wheel in your self-driving car after 2021
Friday 20th September 2019
The technology surrounding self-driving cars is continuously expanding at a rapid rate, and the possibilities regarding their usage appear to be extensive.
Wednesday 18th September 2019
MPs are calling for a controversial £70 parking fine for drivers parking on the pavement, to help vulnerable pedestrians.
Monday 16th September 2019
Many motorists are wary of hard shoulders on smart motorways, and some are unsure of how to use a smart motorway and what the signage actually means.
Friday 13th September 2019
Via the DVLA’s “Ask DVLA” voice assist service on Google assistant and Amazon’s Alexa, designed to help drivers find out when their car tax is due, people have asked some unusual questions since the service launched.
Wednesday 11th September 2019
Temporary road closures are now available ‘for children’s play’ In the street without needing road closure approval as street parties are good for health and happiness in children.
Monday 9th September 2019
To meet carbon emissions targets, MPs deem the ban on petrol and diesel cars as a priority due to the worrying effects of climate change occurring at an alarming rate.
Friday 6th September 2019
There is concern that there may not be enough energy to power the switch to electric vehicles despite the push for a future without fuel across the UK.
Wednesday 4th September 2019
Traffic data to make drivers aware in advance of any planned disruption to the roads is to be used as a method to reduce congestion and pollution, in new government plans.