Car Insurance News Articles
Nearly 8 million vehicles have potentially dangerous tyres, and an additional 1.4 million vehicles have one illegal tread depth.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
Drivers who park the wrong way at night could face a £1,000 fine after falling foul of a little-known rule.
Toby Meyjes, MSN news, reports:
The Highway Code stipulates that drivers must park the same way as the flow of traffic at night - if not using a marked bay.
The new MOT exemption for classic cars more than 40 years old could result in more road accidents due to a lack of understanding and potential safety oversights.
Peter Stubley, The Independent, reports:
Over 11 million people in the UK watched Prince Harry marry Meghan Markle on Saturday. It was a truly historic event, but did you notice the car they left Winsor Castle in?
Cheyenne Roundtree, The Mail Online, reports:
Lethal potholes are being left for months on British motorways, damaging cars and endangering the lives of motorists.
James Salmon, The Daily Mail, reports:
Highways England is responsible for looking after England’s motorways and major A-roads.
A new law will allow cameras to catch motorists using their phones while driving, catching them driving at speed for up to 50 meters. They will also watch to see if drivers are distracted whilst eating food or putting on make up in a bid to make UK roads safer.
Tyres are the only things sitting between your car and the road, and they are one of the most important parts of your vehicle. As such, you need to look after them and make sure they are in good condition.
A new study calls for an ‘urgent’ debate over the ethics of autonomous vehicles.
Mollie Cahillane, The Mail Online, reports:
Research by the Guide Dogs charity said people are 40% more likely to be run over by a quiet hybrid or electric car than by one with a petrol or diesel engine. This puts children, the elderly, the blind and the deaf at a heightened risk.
Rob Hull, The Daily Mail, reports:
It is quite common to discuss the legalities of certain manoeuvres and road laws with friends and colleagues, but you need to keep on top of new laws.
Luke John Smith, Express, reports: