Car Insurance News Articles
With car theft on the rise, it’s important to take the necessary precautions to reduce the risk of becoming a victim.
Alex Robbins, The Telegraph, reports:
Whilst many of us thoroughly enjoyed the extra hour in bed on Sunday, it’s worth noting that it may be a good idea to be extra vigilant on the roads this week.
Hugo Griffiths, AutoExpress, reports:
Driving is much more than simply getting from A to B, it requires a series of manoeuvres that a driver needs to be confident in, should they need to park, turn around or emergency brake.
Gareth Herincx, MSN news, reports:
When behind the wheel, it’s important to remain focussed and calm. You should have planned your route with plenty of time and be well rehearsed in knowing the rules of the road. However, many drivers fail to take such care, resulting in astounding figures that suggest negligence when driving.
Temporary speed limits to reduce the speed of traffic through roadworks can be frustrating for drivers. However, the 50mph speed limit may be set to increase to 60mph in an attempt to ease congestion on UK motorways.
Fionn Hargreaves, The Daily Mail, reports:
Who isn’t on a budget? With Christmas only a few months away, all money saving tips are greatly appreciated, but have you thought about how you could be saving money on your fuel consumption?
Business Report, reports:
Checking your car tyre pressures and tread wear is important if you want to stay safe on the roads and potentially save money.
Chris Rosamond, Autoexpress news, reports
Encouraging car buyers to opts for an electric model over the typical petrol or diesel options can be tricky. However, a new scheme is offering a tempting incentive that could make electric cars much more appealing.
Adam Vaughan, The Guardian, reports:
Smart motorways do not have a hard shoulder, so what does that mean if you break down?
Richard Aucock, MSN news, reports:
Independent watchdog Transport Focus has called on Highways England to up its game in educating motorists how to use smart motorways.
If you’ve involved in an accident and you’re unable to call the emergency services, you will undoubtedly rely on members of the public to step in and take control. But what if you have an accident in a more remote location? This is where ‘eCall’ technology really can save lives.