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Wednesday 12th December 2007

Vehicle values go down close to £90 million each year because some drivers are just too messy, according to new research.


Wednesday 12th December 2007

A series of vehicle thefts in Warwickshire may act as a wake-up call to motorists in the region.

On Wednesday 5th December and Thursday 6th December, four cars located in the same vicinity were targeted by criminals, reports the icCoventry.


Wednesday 12th December 2007

Police in a Hertfordshire town are to roll out an increased number of spot checks in an effort to reduce the number of accidents over the Christmas period, it has been reported.


Wednesday 12th December 2007

Motorists in Devon who break the local speed limit are behind the deaths of five ponies in the area, according to reports.

The BBC states that the animals were killed by speeding drivers on the B3212 near Yelverton and Princetown.


Tuesday 11th December 2007

People driving on roads in south Worcestershire should do their utmost to make sure they are not affected by overnight frosts, according to police in the area.


Tuesday 11th December 2007

Disabled drivers could soon be asked to pay for parking in Merton due to budgetary constraints, it has been reported.

According to the Wimbledon Guardian, officials estimate that a saving of £20,000 can be made by asking for fees from such motorists.


Tuesday 11th December 2007

Cambridgeshire police officers have been busy catching those taking to the road while over the legal alcohol limit, it has been reported.


Tuesday 11th December 2007

A number of motorists are set to protest against the increasing price of petrol in the UK this weekend.

Transaction 2007 is a coalition comprising farmers, hauliers and motorists who are aggrieved at the amount by which fuel has gone up this year,


Tuesday 11th December 2007

Drivers in the UK may soon be given the chance to skip traffic queues by using a toll road.

Plans from the Highways Agency mean that motorists who pay extra can beat congestion on either the hard shoulder or widened highways.


Tuesday 11th December 2007

People in Wiltshire are risking the lives of emergency service workers as well as their own by ignoring a vital road sign, according to a local news source.


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