Car Insurance News Articles
Driving at night comes with its own set of challenges, but are night driving glasses as good as they are made out to be?
James Wilson, MSN news, reports:
Drivers are handed a private parking ticket at a rate of one every six seconds. But who is to blame? Is it careless drivers, over zealous parking attendants, or unclear signage?
James Salmon, The Mail Online, reports:
Many of us spend a lot of time in our cars, but that doesn’t always mean their hygiene standards are up to scratch! Surprisingly, the steering wheel and gear stick weren't the most contaminated, with the car boot containing the most germs.
Rob Hull, The Daily Mail, reports:
In order to pass Euro 6 regulations, AdBlue is used in a rapidly-growing number of diesel-powered vehicles, but what exactly is it?
Keith Adams, Car Magazine, reports:
A new report has suggested that motorists could need special licences to operate autonomous vehicles when they arrive on the roads of the UK.
Yahoo! News reports:
A third of drivers admit to deliberately speeding when the road is empty, or if they’re running late. With half of drivers believing it’s acceptable to speed, should more be done to encouraging drivers to slow down and abide by the speed limit?
James Salmon, The Daily Mail, reports:
There are many medical conditions drivers need to declare to the relevant authorities before getting behind the wheel, but there are some that might not, but legally should, be reported to ensure the safety of both the driver, passengers and other road users.
Drivers and cyclists are risking their lives and the safety of others by ignoring one of the most basic road laws – stopping at a red light.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
Passengers can be a distraction, there is no doubt about that. Passengers could change the radio station, turn the music up, talk loudly, contribute to a heated discussion or talk on their phone – to name just a few.
It’s likely that whenever you get in the car, your journey will involve a traffic light junction. Other than knowing that red means stop, and green means go, are you confident in stating the sequence of light that a traffic light shows?
Daily Mail reports: