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Tuesday 6th November 2007

An initiative by police in Suffolk saw a number of motorists pulled up for breaking the law on the roads, it has been reported.

The East Anglian Daily Times has stated that there were over 357 drivers caught by officers in the region as part of the operation on Friday.

Tuesday 6th November 2007

The number of motorists caught over the speed limit on one of Doncaster's busiest roads has hit more than 700, it has been reported.

Tuesday 6th November 2007

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.

Tuesday 6th November 2007

Drivers have been told to take care if they leave their car engines running unattended this winter, it has been reported.

According to the Coventry Telegraph, police have commented that criminals may use this time to take advantage and steal a vehicle.

Monday 5th November 2007

Litter along busy roads in Northumberland is becoming a problem in the region, it has been claimed.

Friday 2nd November 2007

Children at a primary school in Essex assisted police officers monitoring motorists breaking the speed limit outside their school, it has been reported.

Friday 2nd November 2007

Motorists in South Yorkshire are looking to reduce the amount of speeding on the roads through a new awareness course, it has been reported.

This has been done in response to the 6,246 total road collisions on highways in the region last year.

Thursday 1st November 2007

A residential area in Surrey has been targeted by vandals damaging vehicles, it has been reported.

The Surrey Mirror has commented that drivers have found their windows smashed and paintwork scratched.

Wednesday 31st October 2007

An MP in the north-east of England has spoken out on the actions of drivers in the UK on the road without car insurance.

Wednesday 31st October 2007

People in the UK are still refusing to take the ban on using a mobile phone while driving seriously.

Figures from motoring website BetterDrivingPlease.com show that more than 1,100 motorists were flouting the law by chatting or texting on the road this year.

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