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More than half of car drivers break 30mph speed limits, says Government
Car Insurance
Wednesday 10th July 2019
New government data has revealed that just over half of motorists speed in 30mph zones and just under half break speed limits on motorways.
UK car production declines for 12th month
Car Insurance
Monday 8th July 2019
The UK produced just 116,035 cars in May, another fall in production year on year which has now resulted in 12 months of decline.
New government plans for tyre age limit for large vehicles
Car Insurance
Friday 5th July 2019
Large vehicles may be required to only use tyres which are less than a decade old under new government propositions.
New road signs to warn of small animals on road
Car Insurance
Wednesday 3rd July 2019
Updates to nationwide road signs will see the introduction of new warnings for hedgehogs on the road.
E-car revolution in London ‘requires thirteen-fold charging point boost'
Car Insurance
Monday 1st July 2019
A new study has revealed that London will need over 4,000 more rapid charging ports if it is to be able to support the rapid increase in the number of electric vehicles being used.
New guidelines issued for Blue Badge permits ahead of move to include hidden disabilities
Car Insurance
Friday 28th June 2019
The government has published new guidance to help stop those with hidden disabilities being discriminated against when applying for Blue Badge permits. 
New laws needed for hands-free in-car phone calls, says expert
Car Insurance
Wednesday 26th June 2019
Road safety experts have called for laws around making hands-free phone calls whilst driving to be amended, amid safety concerns.
Traffic could be banned from Royal Parks to cut congestion
Car Insurance
Monday 24th June 2019
Motorists could be banned from royal parks in London, as many use them as routes to cut their journey time during rush hour.
Motorists in loud cars could face fines from ‘noise cameras’
Car Insurance
Friday 21st June 2019
Motorists who break legal noise limits will face harsh fines, as the government trials new technology which can monitor the sound levels of a vehicle.