Car Insurance News Articles
New drivers have less experience on the roads, making them a potentially higher risk when it comes to careless driving. Introducing lower speed limits and enforcing a night curfew could reduce this risk. But is it fair to discriminate against new drivers in this way?
The road policing chief has demanded that the days of 'soft' treatment come to an end, and says drivers should stop 'whingeing' if they are caught.
Rebecca Camber and James Salmon, The Daily Mail, report:
A recent investigation found that 20 police forces are using mobile speed cameras to catch drivers using phones and not wearing seatbelts.
Hugo Griffiths, Auto Express news, reports:
Checking your blind spot when behind the wheel is a must before any manoeuvre, whether that’s changing lanes on the motorway, parking or simply turning a corner. Despite this, it’s often overlooked, with potentially dangerous consequences.
MSN news reports:
A zebra crossing is a common feature on UK roads, but are you sure you know the correct way to use it?
Rob Hull, Mail Online, reports:
Hitting an animal accidentally when driving is emotionally devastating for some, but it can also have financial ramifications too, especially if the animal you hit is fairly large!
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
Learning to drive at 17 years old has typically been a great way for a teenager to gain independence and perhaps earn a little status amongst their peers. But is that still the case?
James Salmon, The Mail Online, reports:
Many of us use a sat nav to get us from A to B. Not only do they read out the directions for us, but they can also give us traffic updates and redirect us to save time. But do you know where you can legally mount a sat nav in your car? Or have you been unwittingly breaking the law?
The north of the country is more prone to snow, meaning northern drivers will need to pay more attention to brushing snow off their cars. Setting off without clearing your car could mean you’re breaking the law.
RAC Cars reports:
The weather is set to get colder and that means many of us with be faced with de-icing our cars in the morning before we set off for work! But did you know there’s a right way and the wrong way to de-ice your car?
RAC Cars reports: