Car Insurance News Articles
Cars are expensive, there’s no doubt about that, and for young drivers the cost can make quite an impact on their income.
James Fissdyke, MSN News, reports:
Road junctions can be complicated to navigate if changing lanes is required, especially in the dark. The solution of ‘intelligent’ LED road studs is an interesting one and will allow drivers to find their way through a complicated junction much more easily.
All-Weather Championships Season 5 action took place in France last weekend when Cagnes Sur Mer staged a qualifier for the £150,000 Mile Final, while a stellar field is gearing up for this weekend’s Group Three Winter Derby.
Be Wiser Insurance has won the Feefo Trusted Service award, an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, as rated by real customers.
Using your mobile phone whilst driving is illegal, there’s no doubt about that - but what defines ‘using’? What if you’re using Apple Pay at a drive-thru and need to tap your phone on the card reader out of the window? What if you have your phone set up as a sat-nav?
How many times have you arrived at your destination without being able to recall the exact details of your journey? Perhaps you were distracted by a dog on the pavement, or you needed to change the radio away from that awful song.
With the ban of using a mobile phone behind the wheel becoming much more publicised, has the focus been taken away from the dangers of drink driving?
Rob Hull, The Daily Mail, reports:
New drivers have less experience on the roads, making them a potentially higher risk when it comes to careless driving. Introducing lower speed limits and enforcing a night curfew could reduce this risk. But is it fair to discriminate against new drivers in this way?
The road policing chief has demanded that the days of 'soft' treatment come to an end, and says drivers should stop 'whingeing' if they are caught.
Rebecca Camber and James Salmon, The Daily Mail, report:
A recent investigation found that 20 police forces are using mobile speed cameras to catch drivers using phones and not wearing seatbelts.
Hugo Griffiths, Auto Express news, reports: