Car Insurance News Articles
There has been a 29% increase in female applications for heavy vehicle licenses, and this has resulted in 32% of van buyers now being female. Therefore, the stereotype of ‘the white van man’ is clearly dying out!
Rob Hull, the Mail Online, reports:
Traffic jams are one of the biggest inconveniences of modern life and a new study suggests that tailgating could be causing them.
Joe Pinkstone, Mail Online, reports:
Drivers are being urged to avoid travelling on 'Frantic Friday' this week when the last of the year's commuter traffic will clash with the Christmas getaway.
Keiran Southern for MailOnline reports:
Less than a third of drivers say they carry a shovel in their car in winter, but you can be much more prepared by filling your boot with some of these necessary supplies.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
The exclusive Mazda MX-5 Z-Sport is limited to 300 models, and comes with a red roof, 17-inch wheels and new leather trim.
Dan Smith, AutoExpress news, reports:
In March, the penalty of driving with a mobile phone was increased to 6 points, and this seems to have reduced the number of drivers committing the offence.
James Salmon, The Daily Mail, reports:
One of the joys of a sat nav is the estimated time of arrival it gives you. This enables you to see the remaining time on your journey decreasing as you travel, which should be seen as a helpful addition, not a challenge to beat.
James Salmon, The Mail Online, reports:
Staying calm whilst driving, taking your time and being patient are all unwritten rules of the roads. Perhaps keeping your cool is something that comes with experience, or perhaps it’s something that needs to be taught.
Andrew Brady, Motoring Research, reports:
Five years is arguably enough time to pick up bad driving habits and maybe get a little lazy behind the wheel. So, could making drivers re-take their driving test regularly really make our roads a safer place?
Yahoo news! reports:
December is an expensive time of the year, with Christmas presents to buy for loved ones and no doubt a few Christmas parties to attend. So the prospect of a price war for petrol will certainly be well received.
Hugo Griffiths, AutoExpress, reports: