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All new cars to come with 'eCall' technology
Wednesday 11th October 2017

If you’ve involved in an accident and you’re unable to call the emergency services, you will undoubtedly rely on members of the public to step in and take control. But what if you have an accident in a more remote location? This is where ‘eCall’ technology really can save lives.


The 30 UK postcodes where drivers have suffered the most car-shunt insurance scams - so does your area feature?
Monday 9th October 2017

Being involved in a car crash can be a scary and unnerving experience. It can also be costly. Unfortunately car-shunt insurance scams have become a more common problem, making a car crash an even more stressful experience.

Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:


Do you have a fear of driving?Driving without due care and attention: motoring offences explained
Friday 6th October 2017

If you are unfortunate, careless or irresponsible enough to be caught on the wrong side of the law when driving, you will face a motoring offence.

James Wilson, AutoExpress, reports:


Smoking in a car can stub out up to £2,000 of its value
Wednesday 4th October 2017

Smoking is a dangerous habit. It has numerous health risks including lung cancer, throat cancer, liver cancer and coronary heart disease – to name just a few. But did you know it could damage the value of your car too?

Ryan Hirons, Yahoo! News, reports:


Do you have a fear of driving?
Monday 2nd October 2017

Many of us feel uneasy driving certain routes,  or perhaps driving at a particular time, or during heavy rain. But what if that fear was about driving in general?

Gemma Briggs, The Telegraph, reports:


BMW is looking to give up car keys for good
Friday 29th September 2017

Already there are cars on the market which don’t need a key for the ignition, but perhaps it won’t be long before the traditional car key is no longer needed with all vehicles.

MSN news reports,


Survey reveals men are twice as likely to write off their car than women
Wednesday 27th September 2017

New research has found that men are more than twice as likely to write off a car than women.

Ted Welford, MSN news, reports:


Tired lorry drivers face new £300 on-the-spot fine for staying at the wheel in a bid to reduce accidents involving HGVs
Monday 25th September 2017

Tiredness kills. Although this is a well-known campaign, unfortunately some drivers still fail to stop and rest at correct intervals, and some may not realise just how long they’ve been behind the wheel.

Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:


How to fix a chip in your windscreen
Friday 22nd September 2017

Unfortunately getting a chip in your windscreen is a problem that can be difficult to avoid, but recognising it and acting quickly could result in a more cost-effective way of fixing it.

Scott Huntingdon, MSN news, reports:


How long should a new set of tyres last?
Wednesday 20th September 2017

The cost of a new set of tyres can vary significantly depending on style and indeed brand. But, should this affect their longevity?

David Muller, MSN news, reports:


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