Car Insurance News Articles
Are you guilty of lane-hogging? Lane-hogging is when drivers choose to use the middle lane, even when the inside lane is relatively empty, and it’s a fineable offense, due to it being considered as careless driving.
Andrew Brady, Motoring Research, reports:
Drink driving is hugely dangerous - it not only endangers the life of the driver, but also other road users and pedestrians.
What colour is your car? Are you a fan of something bright that will stand out in a car park, or do you prefer a shade that will hide the dirt? If you’re on trend, you’ll be driving a black, white or grey car, but which of these three is the most popular?
Whilst Norway is making electric cars much more accessible, the UK still have a way to go before they become more popular that their petrol and diesel counterparts.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
Electric or hybrid cars now account for more than 50% of total registrations in Norway, with generous subsidies cited as the reason.
Lawrence Allan, AutoExpress News, reports:
Do you have to pay and display to park your car when you go to work? Perhaps you need to use a public car park which over the years has totalled quite a spend?
A recent poll shows 73% of drivers think cyclists should face same laws as drivers, with many also thinking that cyclists should have to pass a test and pay road tax to be legally allowed to use their bikes on public roads.
James Salmon, The Mail Online, report:
A study has found that almost a fifth of the space available to park goes to waste, with London and Birmingham having the greatest average distance between parked cars.
The Daily Mail reports,
Drivers often grumble about never being able to find a place to park.
A 5 mile stretch of road in Norway has installed LED lights that dim to 20 percent when no cars are near. When a car passes, a radar sensor attached to the lights triggers the brightness to increase to 100%.
Kelly Mclaughlin, The Mail Online, reports:
‘Black boxes’ hold an amazing amount of data about UK drivers, making them able to prove, or indeed disprove many popular theories about young drivers, female drivers and male drivers.
Patrick Collinson, The Guardian, reports: