Van Insurance News Articles
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:
Japanese and American companies have been researching the rubber produced from cultivated Russian dandelions, and it seems these could be used to make your next set of tyres. This gives a whole new definition to "flower power" (although, it's more "flower traction!").
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.
Motorists who drive for work, such as lorry, bus, and delivery drivers - or those who drive to clients or between sites - are exposed to the health risks of prolonged driving.
We all have a favourite playlist, or the best ‘driving’ CD that we kept hidden until we’re alone on the open road – windows slightly open, sun high in the sky and (hopefully) little or no traffic. Or maybe you have a particular song that when it comes on the radio gets cranked up to full volume.
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.
Should those that ‘hog’ the middle lane be considered some of the safest drivers on the road, instead of being accused of being the source of annoyance for most motorists? Instead of breaking the speed limit in the outside lane, or getting ‘stuck’ on the inside lane,
Over half of motorists believe residents should "own" the road outside their homes for the purposes of parking.
A recent survey has found that 53% of people would like to be within their rights to prevent other motorists from parking directly outside their homes.
Residents have been paying for on-road residential parking for many years now, but who knew there was such a price difference between locations? South Ayrshire Council charges just 50p for a parking permit each year whereas a Manchester Council has decided to charge up to £750!