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The Association of British Drivers (ABD) believes that the speed limit on UK motorways could be increased without compromising the safety of road users.
The dangers of rural roads in an area of Worcestershire have been highlighted by the local council, it has been reported.
According to the Bromsgrove Standard, Bromsgrove and Droitwich drivers may be at a high risk if they take to such highways.
The MP found using his mobile phone while driving his car has been fined £100.
Liam Byrne was spotted taking a call on Tyburn Road in Birmingham in July.
New research has found the speed hump held in the least regard by motorists in the UK.
According to Continental Tyres, the bump on Tower View Road in Great Wryley is most disliked, largely because its flood spot location means it is largely submerged.
Parking tickets issued by Westminster City Council, Camden and Lambeth may be illegal, according to a motoring body.
AppealNow.com believes that a number of drivers are caught up in this situation, with "millions of pounds" involved.
A residential area in Surrey has been targeted by vandals damaging vehicles, it has been reported.
The Surrey Mirror has commented that drivers have found their windows smashed and paintwork scratched.
Motorists in Gloucestershire can expect to pick up fines if they park illegally in the region from Monday, according to a local news source.
The insurance industry may be suffering from ageism, a national charity has claimed.
According to Age Concern, 92 per cent have an upper age limit on policies, making it hard for those above a certain age to receive the deal they want for a comparable price.
Officials in Scotland are behind a new scheme designed to improve safety on the roads, it has been reported.
According to the BBC, the proposal from council bosses includes the removal of white lines on highways to make motorists slow down due to the unfamiliarity.
Drivers in the centre of Lincoln will be expected to present a residents' permit if they park on five roads in the area.