The number of vehicles exceeding the speed limit increased last year as drivers took advantage of lower traffic levels.
Close to one in seven vehicles that passed their MOT last year should have failed, according to a new investigation.(more…)
From September the government is changing the standard petrol that will be available from E5 to E10, and around 1 million vehicles in the UK are not compatible with the new fuel.(more…)
The victory of Frenchman Laurent Pellier and his co-driver Thierry Salva from the Saintéloc Racing team marked the successful premiere of the world’s first electric rally one-make cup, the ADAC Opel e-Rally Cup, at the “ADAC Rallye Stemweder Berg”.
Tyre retailers are legally required to apply stickers with ratings for their products, but new research suggests many consumers are unaware that these exist.
The most common reason for motorists in the UK to lose their licence is drink driving according to new research.
The cost of filling up a typical 55 litre petrol family car has since risen by around £13, PA has revealed, with petrol prices reaching a two-year high.
Motorists across England and Wales are set to collectively make over £1 billion-worth of savings as new rules on whiplash claims come into force.
New rules are to be introduced to stop car and home insurers from imposing so-called loyalty penalties on customers, the financial watchdog has announced.
Petrol prices have reached their highest figure in 20 months as UK motorists begin hitting the road following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Seatbelt offences should come with penalty points on a driver’s licence, according to a road safety charity.
The RAC said many roads “resemble the surface of the moon” after receiving 4,694 call-outs for vehicles likely damaged by potholes between January and March.
A new online-only car auction site has launched, promising free listings for everything including classic cars, race cars, supercars and motorbikes.(more…)
Rising fuel prices have reached pre-pandemic levels, hitting drivers venturing out on the roads over Easter.
Motorists are waiting longer to sort an MOT renewal than this time last year, following government extensions related to the coronavirus pandemic.(more…)
A road safety charity is calling on the police to take note of the overwhelming support for using cameras to catch motorists flouting driving legislation.
The permanent 50mph limit with average speed enforcement between junctions 24 and 28 on the M4 around Newport will go live on Monday, March 15th.(more…)