The speed limit will be reduced to 60mph on four stretches of English motorway in an effort to reduce air pollution.(more…)
A third of UK drivers have delayed getting their car serviced as a result of the financial constraints caused by the coronavirus pandemic, a new survey has found.
The price of petrol and diesel rose for the third month in a row – though figures suggest that they aren’t rapidly approaching pre-pandemic levels.(more…)
Restrictions should be imposed on young motorists because they often act as “taxi drivers for their mates”, MPs have heard.(more…)
Millions of motorists in the UK could be at risk of driving illegally this autumn according to new data.(more…)
Any new car that’s sold from December 2020 must be fitted with a Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) compatible radio, according to new Parliamentary legislation.(more…)
Holidaymakers planning to get away over the long weekend could be in for a slow journey as 18 million leisure journeys are expected between Friday and Monday.(more…)
The government is considering introducing new Automated Lane Keeping System (ALKS) technology on the country’s roads starting early next year.(more…)
Enforcing moving traffic offences raised £58.2m in Cardiff & London in one year alone, new research shows.(more…)
Black has taken the top spot as the most popular car colour during 2020, though white has been rapidly increasing in popularity throughout the year.
Over seven million motorists in 2019 risked a £1,000 fine by missing their MOT renewal, according to new data.(more…)
With MOT tests set to become mandatory once more tomorrow (August 1), official figures show that many UK drivers have chosen to have their cars tested instead of using the automatic extension.
Motorists have been reminded that the MOT extension period ends next week and those that forget could face a hefty fine, points on their licence or even a ban.
Lee Waters, the Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport, set up a task force last year to look at changing the default 30mph limit.
Thousands of drivers suffered pothole-related breakdowns between April and June despite traffic volumes plummeting amid the coronavirus lockdown, new figures show.
Petrol prices went up 3.74p per litre, from an average of 107.11p to 110.85p, while diesel was up 2.89p per litre, rising from 112.07p to 114.96p.