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It has been revealed that trendy supersized handbags are becoming a threat to the safety of women motorists.
Female drivers spend an average of 416 hours in a lifetime rummaging through handbags in search of "buried" car keys.
A new study has revealed that high heels are making driving dangerous for over 12 million women.
Nearly half a million road accidents a year are caused by women drivers applying make-up, according to a recent survey.
Young women, aged between 17 and 21, were found to be the most likely to put beauty before safety in the poll of 4,000 women drivers.
When heading away on vacation, some may decide driving to the airport and taking advantage of parking options is the quickest, cheapest and easiest way of getting their trip off to a good start.
A recent addition to Volkswagen\'s line-up may tempt car insurance customers with large families.
The new Caravelle Startline MPV seats seven and is priced from £23,950.
The majority of car insurance customers may be in favour of priority lanes, if the findings of a new survey are anything to go by.Research by motors.co.uk found 93 per cent of road users supported the idea of dedicated traffic lanes being used to reduce congestion.Of those questioned, 91 per cent
The Ford Fiesta Titanium 1.6 has been awarded five stars on the Clarksometer and praised for its "fine chassis" and its smooth engine.Writing for the Sunday Times, motoring mogul Jeremy Clarkson said the vehicle is a "cracker" to drive as well as being sensible, comfortable and quiet.
People who want to avoid making a claim on their car insurance need to be particularly vigilant as the nights draw in, according to Tracker.The company - which provides stolen vehicle recovery systems - has warned darker evenings are a godsend for opportunistic thieves.However, it advised there a
Drivers who want to avoid making a claim on their car insurance need to check their vehicle lights in preparation for the dark winter days to come, according to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).The organisation suggests motorists should switch on each light one by one while a second part
People in Wycombe who park illegally are being warned to give up the habit ahead of a major crackdown, a local news source has reported.According the Bucks Free Press, from October 1st 2008 Wycombe district council will be in charge of parking enforcement, taking on the responsibility from the po