Car Insurance News Articles
Everyone has their own definition of what makes a classic car, classic. Is it a car that isn’t built anymore, or perhaps something that’s very rare?
Ed Wiseman, The Telegraph, reports:
Brits applied for 931,527 replacement licences in 2017 at a cost of £19 million. Here's what to do if you lose yours!
Hugo Griffiths, AutoExpress, reports:
Experts believe the higher chance of receiving both a fine and endorsements for motoring offences has kerbed some illegal activity on the roads.
Rob Hull, Mail Online, reports:
Self-driving cars have been a hot topic in the news in recent years, but their release on the roads remains controversial. One such worry is who would be accountable should a self-driving car be involved in an accident.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
Is your car MOT due this month? If so, you could be among half a million other UK drivers who will be booking their car in for an MOT in March.
Rob Hull, The Daily Mail,
The DVLA have confirmed that learner drivers will be given access to motorways from 4th June this year.
Rob Hull, the Mail Online, reports:
Every parent wants to put the safety of the child first, but are they always aware of the laws surrounding booster seats, and why those laws exist?
Rob Hull, MailOnline, reports:
Respecting disabled spaces and those with a blue badge is a must, but it seems as though people are prepared to cheat the system and steal blue badges for their own convenience, limiting the spaces for those who actually need them and, in some cases, avoiding car parking costs altogethe
Concentration and good eyesight are vital for safe driving, but either of these could have been an issue for this driver.
Andrew Evans, Yahoo news! reports:
One in 13 vehicles has an outstanding safety recall, according to new data from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency.
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