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Be Wiser - World Rally Championship (WRC3)
Wednesday 5th September 2018

When female rally driver Louise Cook needed help to compete on the world stage in Germany recently Be Wiser Insurance stepped in to keep her championship hopes alive.

Up to a fifth of motorists driving in closed smart motorways lanes
Wednesday 5th September 2018

Research from Highways England has shown that thousands of drivers are ignoring motorway signs and illegally driving in closed lanes.

Hugo Griffiths, Auto Express, reports:

Researchers say new flow battery could charge electric cars in seconds
Monday 3rd September 2018

New research has revealed a new type of battery could enable electric vehicles to charge in a matter of moments.

Sky News reports:

Electric cars could be charged up and ready to go within seconds, according to scientists developing a new type of energy storage system.

Police could take tougher approach to speeding
Friday 31st August 2018

An investigation into the police’s current speed enforcement guidelines has been opened, to see whether current ‘buffer zones’ are too lenient.

Hugo Griffiths, Auto Express, reports:

Solar-powered electric car set to launch in 2019
Wednesday 29th August 2018

A German-based company has begun the final stages in the development of a solar-powered car, which could be released next year.

Luke Smith, The Daily Express, reports:

Increase in drink-drive deaths in 2016 revealed
Friday 24th August 2018

Figures released by the Department for Transport show over 200 people were killed in drink-drive related road accidents in the UK during 2016.

Hugo Griffiths, Auto Express, reports:

Traffic jams cost commuters over 55 hours of sleep a year
Wednesday 22nd August 2018

New statistics have revealed that traffic jams lead to commuters losing over two days of sleep a year.

James Salmon, The Daily Mail, reports:

Traffic jams are costing commuters more than 55 hours of sleep a year, according to a report.

Drivers facing £20 idling fines as councils aim to curb emissions
Monday 20th August 2018

Fines for drivers who leave their cars running whilst stationary have been implemented by councils across the country.

Joe Holding, Auto Express, reports:

Dealers report a swing away from diesel
Friday 17th August 2018

An RAC dealership survey has found that over a third of independent dealers have sold fewer used diesel cars in the last year.

The RAC reports:

MPs launch an inquiry into funds for pothole-riddled routes
Wednesday 15th August 2018

The Government is set to open an investigation into the feasibility of speeding up the process of repairing the poor conditions of UK roads.

Rob Hull, This Is Money, reports:

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