Car Insurance News Articles
Putting the safety of your children first will always be a no brainer, but what if you’re unknowingly putting your little one at risk?
Rob Hull, The Daily Mail, reports:
The summer has officially drawn to the a close, and the kids are back in school. But what about the daily commute back and forth to work? Yahoo! News tells you just how to get the best efficiency from your car, whether you’re in a hatchback, a coupe or sedan.
Moving away from fossil fuels and towards greener energy solutions is being led by the Netherlands, as the petrol car ban bill approaches. The bill has been created as part of the steps towards improving air quality and securing more sustainable energy supplies.
Commuting to work can be testing at the best of times, but at least if you travel via train you know you’re saving money right? Well, actually that might not be the case…
Ray Massey, The Daily Mail, reports:
If you’re looking for a career change, why not do something you’ve probably spent hundreds of hours doing already? Have you considered teaching others to drive?
Lane filtering, or lane ‘splitting’ as it’s called in the USA, has been legalised in California, despite the associated risks to the motorist. Lane filtering is the slightly grating practice of riding a bicycle or motorbike between roadway lanes of vehicles driving in the same direction.
The use of mobile phones whilst behind the wheel is still a major concern for road safety.
Almost half of motorists think car GPS systems need to be improved, a recent poll by Be Wiser Insurance has found.
Not everyone is a natural driver, with ‘hesitancy’ even being cause for a fault on your driving test. But what if this hesitancy is escalated to the extreme, making the fear of driving, or other drivers, a real and scary prospect? Motoring phobias are real, and worth knowing about.
If you’re looking for a comprehensive overview of the BMW i3, then this report will tick every box. Learn about the battery technology, speed, acceleration, cost and driving modes in our latest article:
Andrew English, The Telegraph, reports: