Travel Insurance News
With 4 days off and spring weather, families up and down the country will be hitting the roads on Easter weekend looking for a change of scenery. But is your vehicle, insurance, and breakdown cover ready?
Jo Thornton, The Daily Mail, reports:
Driving abroad can be tricky at the best of times, without the need to worry about different driving laws.
The UK is packed full of beautiful beaches, countryside, lakes, villages and other tourist destinations for you to visit on four (or two) wheels this summer. We’ve rounded up the best UK road trip locations so you can pack yourself some snacks, grab your map and head out on the open road.
Audi have made a renewable, sustainable fuel that is in effect a synthetic diesel. The synthetic diesel is made up of water, carbon dioxide and renewable energy sources – and is considered "carbon neutral". The car giant is backing this inventive idea fully.
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.
British motorists heading to Europe with their cars need to be extra vigilant obeying the law of the road. Italy has come out on top as the most risky place in Europe for UK drivers..
The story was covered in a news article on Yahoo News:
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One in three motorists surveyed by RAC are gearing up to drive in Europe this year, but research from the motoring organisation reveals that many don’t have a clue what it will cost to drive abroad or what to do when it all goes wrong.