Car Insurance News Articles
National Grid believes the ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars could feasibly be brought forward to 2030.
Adam Vaughan, The Guardian, reports:
The Government are set to erect warning signs where small wildlife is present to protect animals such as hedgehogs.
Jonathan Bucks, the Mail Online, reports:
Signs warning motorists to watch out for hedgehogs are set to appear on British roads.
As a general rule, parking on double yellow lines results in a parking ticket. But are there exceptions to this rule?
Ed Riley, MSN news, reports:
For those that already travel in heavily congested areas, seeing bicycles overtake cars may already be commonplace. For many, this will become a more familiar sight on the roads as cars across Britain are expected to become slower than bicycles in less than 10 years.
Ever wondered why you end up driving to the wrong place even when you've entered a destination address into your car sat nav?
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
A recent report on UK roads finds 24,000 miles of road need urgent maintenance as local authorities face £556 million shortfall.
Hugo Griffiths, AutoExpress, reports:
Around a quarter of those in speed-related crashes are either killed or seriously injured - a reminder that speeding is a terrifyingly dangerous crime.
James Fossdyke, MSN news, reports:
Seatbelt, check. Headlights if it’s dark, check. Four wheels on the car…?
AOL Cars UK reports:
Traffic police in North Lancashire have posted images on social media of a vehicle they stopped on Sunday in rather unusual circumstances.
As we move towards a future of cars that are more considerate to the environment, it comes as a pleasant surprise that the Met Police are leading the way in low emission vehicles.
Richard Aucock, Motoring Research, reports:
If you’re interested in the release of the new Ford Fiesta ST in May, then this report may be hugely useful!
Charlie Turner, TopGear.com, reports: