Car Insurance News Articles
Electrics cars have come a long way, with the efficiency and technology advancing at an incredible pace. Sir Richard Branson has played a key part in this development and has begun paving the way to a quieter and cleaner future for cars.
Harriet Alexander, The Telegraph, reports:
The number of traffic officers has fallen by a third in ten years. This has raised concerns over how UK roads will be kept safe, with fewer officers to police the roads.
The Daily Mail reports:
The government has announced a wide-reaching set of initiatives designed to control pollution generated by cars in Britain.
Ed Wiseman, Yahoo! News, reports:
If you have your own drive way, the problems of parking should be eliminated. But what if parking on your driveway still resulted in a parking fine?
Rachael Burford, The Mail Online, reports:
If you have a long daily commute to work, would you be in favour of using that time to be proactive and productive, instead of having to drive?
MSN news reports:
The first automobile was first invented in the late 1800’s, and much like then, the focus is moving away from ownership and more towards using cars as a service.
Richard Laughton, Yahoo News, reports:
Finding the exact change to pay for parking can be a challenge, even more so if the parking ticket machine doesn’t accept the new £1 coin.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
If given the choice would you rather invest in improving our roads, or the technology behind driverless cars?
MSN news reports:
Many of us fall into bad habits when driving, especially if you’ve been driving for years. These bad habits may be putting you or other road users at risk – but are you even aware of what they could be?
RAC news reports:
Whilst is best to avoid floodwater wherever possible, sometimes you have no other option but to drive through it. The below guidelines aim to reduce the risk of accident or injury.
The Telegraph reports: