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Car manufacturing down 12.9% as UK demand dives
Monday 8th October 2018

Official statistics have shown that fewer cars have been manufactured last month in the UK year on year.

Hugo Griffiths, Auto Express, reports:

Men ‘six times more likely’ to get driving ban
Friday 5th October 2018

Figures from the DVLA have revealed that more than 400,000 male drivers have been disqualified in the last four years.

The RAC reports:

Dependence on cars reaches six-year high
Wednesday 3rd October 2018

Data from a national driver survey has revealed that drivers rely on their cars more than ever before.

Tristan Shale-Hester, Auto Express, reports:

Trends and Advancements In Car Theft
Monday 1st October 2018

Trends and Advancements In Car Theft - from our partner Warranty Direct

Middle-lane hoggers face police crackdown
Monday 1st October 2018

Thames Valley police are to take a tougher attitude towards motorists who continuously drive in the middle lanes of motorways.

The RAC reports:

Drivers who hog the middle lane have been made the subject of a police crackdown in the south of England.

Tailgaters to blame for 1 in 8 road casualties
Friday 28th September 2018

Highways England have called for motorists to take greater care in the distance they leave between other cars, after data revealed tailgating causes a large proportion of road traffic accidents.

The RAC reports:

Volkswagen to stop making its classic Beetle next year
Wednesday 26th September 2018

Car manufacturing giants Volkswagen have announced they will be stopping the assembly of their iconic Beetle model.

The Guardian reports:

No-deal Brexit may invalidate UK driving licences
Monday 24th September 2018

British motorists will have to apply for an international permit if they wish to drive in Europe, in the event a deal for Brexit cannot be agreed.

The RAC reports:

Low emissions cars could get green number plates
Friday 21st September 2018

The Government has launched a discussion as to whether more environmentally friendly cars should be given green number plates.  

Hugo Griffiths, Auto Express, reports:

Pavement signs could help phone-obsessed pedestrians
Wednesday 19th September 2018

A government advisor has proposed for new signs to be installed into pavements to stop preoccupied pedestrians causing accidents.

The RAC reports:

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