Drivers who cannot resist the urge to light up a cigarette while operating a vehicle are to be punished if they are caught, it has been claimed.
According to the Liverpool Daily Post, officials in the city will make catching out smoking motorists one of their top priorities.
A campaign to crack down on the number of light goods vehicle crime has been established by Avon and Somerset Police.
A top drivers' body has criticised police officers in Scotland for punishing those who choose to hang ornaments from their rear view mirrors, it has been reported.
Motorists who flout the rules of the road are to be targeted in a new scheme from police in Ipswich, it has been reported.
According to the Suffolk Evening Star, the Commercial Road and Chancery Road areas have become well-known for as a hotspot for speeding drivers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Litter along busy roads in Northumberland is becoming a problem in the region, it has been claimed.
Children at a primary school in Essex assisted police officers monitoring motorists breaking the speed limit outside their school, it has been reported.