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Zero-tolerance law for drivers using mobile phones enforced
Wednesday 8th March 2017

Using mobile phones whilst driving has been an ongoing issue for many years, but it has failed to be taken seriously by many drivers. New legislation has meant tougher punishments, but will even that be enough?


Motorist stopped for eating cereal at the wheel during police crackdown
Friday 10th February 2017

Driving whilst using a mobile phone is illegal, it’s a major cause of distraction and this makes it dangerous to both yourself and other road users. Recently, a man has taken this to a whole other level, by eating his breakfast cereal at the wheel!

RAC news reports:


The truth about speeding
Friday 18th November 2016

It goes without saying the speeding is breaking the law and should be treated accordingly. Despite this there seems to be a lot of uncertainty surrounding speeding fines and points on a licence.

Alex Robbins, The Telegraph, reports:


Smart Phone - BeWiser
Thursday 27th August 2015

It is most definitely illegal to use your phone whilst you are driving, but downloading particular apps before your journey and implementing them before you turn the ignition could add to your driving experience.


Driving Abroad - BeWiser
Wednesday 26th August 2015

Driving abroad can be tricky at the best of times, without the need to worry about different driving laws.


Drive-by Accident Snaps Lead To Prosecutions
Thursday 4th June 2015

On May 28th a four lorry pile up occurred on the A14 between Histon and Girton. The accident was captured on the mobile phone cameras of passing drivers, and 15 of them are to be prosecuted.


Petty Price To Pay
Thursday 9th April 2015

Motorists have been informed that a £20 fine will be presented to them if they are sat in a stationary car with the engine running. From 1st of May the new penalty will come into force in two trial boroughs of London, and as you can imagine the majority are against the new fines.


Car Splashing Pedestrian
Tuesday 7th April 2015

Across the country some drivers might be getting a little too big for their boots when it comes to road courtesy. Drivers are being fined for offences such as splashing pedestrians and risking their lives to jump a few cars ahead.

The Telegraph reported:


Tuesday 24th March 2015

With the release of new car registrations this month, many motorists will be visiting the forecourt to pick up a new vehicle, and many of those will also be using their new car to drive in Europe.


Thursday 5th March 2015

The Department for Transport has revealed shocking figures regarding the numbers of accidents involving cyclists over the last 5 years in the country’s capital.

The details were reported in a news article by the BBC:


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