Millions of drivers are exploiting a loophole when it comes to road tax payments, according to a national newspaper.
Officials in Norwich issued warnings to over 100 motorists as part of a clampdown against those using bus lanes during rush hour, a local news source states.
The Norwich Evening News reports that an operation between 07:30 and 09:30 caught out 107 drivers.
Tens of thousands of vehicles have been seized by Merseyside Police in a two-year clampdown on illegal driving.
According to the force, more than 20,000 cars have been taken off the roads since Operation Tango began in January 2006.
Motorists who choose to stray into bus lanes during rush hour have been targeted by police in Norfolk, a local news source has reported.
According to the Norfolk Eastern Daily Press, officers have fined 105 rogue travellers £30 each over the activity.
Over half of cyclists on roads in the UK are worried that vehicles coming to close to them will hit them, it has been reported.
According to a survey of more than 350 bike riders by Pedalite International, 51 per cent fear this, while 61 per believe that cars come too close.
A new rating scheme on motorcycle helmets launched by the Department for Transport (DfT) could save a number of lives each year, it has been claimed.
Recommendations made by the Association of British Drivers (ABD) to the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) over the 2007 edition of the Highway Code were ignored, it has been claimed.
New research from car data site mycarcheck.com has revealed some of the UK's most haunting motoring mysteries.
According to legend, three people have been killed and others injured by the Phantom Lorry of Cheshire, skulking along the Hyde to Mottram Road.