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Motorists have been given advice on how to best avoid being made the target of vehicle crime.
The Avon and Somerset constabulary has told drivers that parking in a well-lit and busy area is a good idea, as is making sure their automobile is locked before they leave it.
Police officers in Scotland have caught close to 10,000 people breaking the law by using their mobile phone behind the wheel since new legislation was brought in.
Those who decide to risk their lives by drinking and driving on Welsh roads this Christmas will do so under the close watch of the country's police.
Schoolchildren in Surrey have been assisting police officers in catching out motorists who flout the speed limit in the area, it has been reported.
Subaru has announced the price point at which its WRX STI model will hit the market, adding that it's a shock to the industry.
The vehicle will be available to order from March and at £24,995 on-the-road is £1,600 cheaper than had been anticipated.
Motorists in an area of Scotland are being urged to keep their headlights shining and reduce road deaths, it has been reported.
According to Shetland Today, Shetland local councillor Laura Baisley would like to see a by-law introduced making it compulsory to use dipped lights.
Motorists in the UK may soon be forbidden from drinking anything alcoholic before taking to the road, it has been claimed.
According to the Glasgow Evening Times, roads safety minister Jim Fitzpatrick has stated that "there is always an argument for zero tolerance".
Motorists in Northamptonshire have been told by police that they will come down hard on those who drink and drive this Christmas, a local news source reports.
Motorists in Cheshire are taking advantage of short-term parking rules, an official has stated.
Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) Julia Short commented that motorists usually take longer in spaces when they know that inspectors are not close by.
A course orchestrated by automobile manufacturer Nissan is attempting to cut down incidents of vehicle crime.
Prison officers Neil Dainty and Dave Phelan are attempting to teach young motorists the implications of a life breaking the law.