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Sandwich wrap could foil car thieves
Wednesday 25th July 2018

A CEO of an American IT security organisation has revealed a household solution to preventing thieves hacking your cars’ fob, and it’s in your kitchen draw.

The RAC reports:


The Keys To Modern Car Safety
Monday 23rd July 2018

Recent reports have shown although roads are busier than ever before, casualties are at the lowest level on record.


National Grid set to tackle electric vehicle boom with smart charging
Monday 23rd July 2018

Plans to tackle the growth of the electric vehicle market have been laid out after a new report has forecast millions of charged motors will take to the streets in the next decade.

Jillian Ambrose, The Telegraph, reports:


How your car is secretly making you sleepier
Friday 20th July 2018

Ever felt drowsy at the wheel during a long-haul drive? Research has found that it may be the literal action of driving which is causing you to feel heavy-eyed. 

David Nield, Science Alert, reports:


Mobile phone warning signs take to the road
Wednesday 18th July 2018

A new deterrent sign is to be trialled in an attempt to caution motorists who are using their phones whilst driving.

The BBC reports:  

A roadside system that detects if a mobile phone is in use in a passing vehicle is being piloted in a UK first.


One in five drivers has taken penalty points for someone else
Monday 16th July 2018

New research has found that men are much more likely to take the blame for another driver’s offence, without considering the serious repercussions they may face.

ITV News reports:


Average speed cameras better at slowing cars down
Friday 13th July 2018

A recent study suggests that motorists are more likely to slow down for average speed cameras than for fixed cameras.

 The RAC reports:


Motorists pick up bad habits 10 weeks after passing their test
Wednesday 11th July 2018

New drivers must reach a good level of competence on the roads in order to pass their test, but new research has found that it isn’t long before they forget what they have learned and start to pick up bad habits.

Emma Elsworthy, The Independent, reports:


EV chargers to become mandatory on new homes
Monday 9th July 2018

When buying a house, you tend to think of the future. Would a house with EV chargers tempt you to buy, over a house without EV chargers?

Martin Saarinen, Auto Express, reports:


All the signs you're a back-seat driver, according to study
Friday 6th July 2018

Back seat drivers cause accidents, but how do you know if you are one?

Emma Elsworthy, The Independent, reports:


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