Car Insurance News Articles
Potholes are a daily nuisance for motorists, particularly if we’ve had a bout of cold weather. All too often British motorists are met with the tell-tale clunk of passing over a pothole, but what if technology could help to avoid them altogether?
Daisy Dun, The Mail Online, reports:
Many of us use supermarket petrol stations because we believe their petrol prices are much lower than dedicated fuel retailers, and often choose to fill up whilst doing the weekly shop. Whilst this may be convenient, you might not actually be saving as much money as you initially thought.
As the world becomes more aware about finite resources of fossil fuel, it’s encouraging to hear that the sales of UK electric vehicles have reached a 12-year high.
Rob Davies, The Guardian, reports:
Be Wiser is proud to announce that Feefo, an independent customer review engine, has awarded Be Wiser with a Gold Trusted Service award.
If you’re frustrated with people parking unlawfully on your property, then this might be the answer to your prayers! A new app has been released, enabling people to report illegal parking on private land, and you can even get £10 for doing so!
James Dunn, The Mail Online, reports:
Recent reports show that most parents don’t know child seat rules, and consequently, could be unwittingly putting their children at risk.
Yahoo! News reports:
Two-thirds of parents are not aware of the rules surrounding child car seats, according to new research.
Using a mobile phone whilst driving is illegal. It’s highly dangerous for both the driver and other road users, so should the punishment be harsher?
Emily Kent Smith and Chris Greenwood, The Daily Mail, reports:
Would you trust buying a car straight from the internet? What about booking a test drive? With the internet taking over our everyday lives, internet shopping for car seems to be the future.
Mike Rutherford, Auto Express news, reports:
Bad weather has far from left us, and with the faint promise frozen fog, it’s worth double checking that not only do you know how to turn on your fog lights, but when it’s appropriate to do so.
Driving whilst using a mobile phone is illegal, it’s a major cause of distraction and this makes it dangerous to both yourself and other road users. Recently, a man has taken this to a whole other level, by eating his breakfast cereal at the wheel!
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