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Prime Minister asks drivers to be respectful and courteous towards cyclists
Cycling
Friday 14th August 2020
Department for Transport figures show there has been a surge in cycling following the coronavirus outbreak. Due to this, Boris Johnson announced that he would like more work done to get motorists to be more respectful as we all share the roads.
Nearly a third of motorists have admitted being more patient with cyclists following lockdown
Cycling
Wednesday 5th August 2020
Research has found that drivers are becoming more understanding towards cyclists following the coronavirus lockdown, especially in London.
Councils to use CCTV to penalise drivers who park in cycle lanes
Cycling
Wednesday 24th June 2020
There has been a country-wide surge in people walking and cycling to work as an alternative to driving. Due to this, steps are being taken to further protect those utilising cycle lanes.
Drivers face fines of £130 for minor offences, in effort to improve roads for cyclists and pedestrians
Cycling
Friday 12th June 2020
As commuters shun trains and buses for more hygienic modes of transport, campaigners and councillors have called for improvements to the roads for cyclists and pedestrians. These changes could mean that motorists face fines of up to £130. The money generated from these fines is to be used to fund traffic-reducing measures.
£2 billion package to help more commuters cycle and walk to work after lockdown
Cycling
Wednesday 20th May 2020
A £250 million boost is being given to support walking and cycling infrastructures for commuters when lockdown is lifted. This will come in the form of pop-up bike lanes, cycle and bus-only streets and wider pavements.
Call for SUVs to be banned in towns and cities in a bid to cut cyclist and pedestrian fatalities
Cycling
Friday 21st February 2020
As cyclist and pedestrian deaths account for nearly 30% of all road fatalities in the EU, there is a call for action to be taken.
Safer roads and ‘cut-price’ insurance for bike-aware drivers
Car Insurance
Wednesday 5th December 2018

A ‘bikeability’ training course for drivers to learn about safe driving etiquette around cyclists has been proposed by the Government, and could reduce your insurance premium if taken.

The RAC

Cars across Britain will be slower than bicycle in less than 10 years
Car Insurance
Wednesday 4th April 2018

For those that already travel in heavily congested areas, seeing bicycles overtake cars may already be commonplace. For many, this will become a more familiar sight on the roads as

Should bicycles have number plates and MOT tests?
Car Insurance
Friday 10th November 2017

Cyclists that don’t abide by the rules of the road, such as stopping at red lights, undertaking and disregarding zebra crossings, for example, can be a frustration for drivers. But