The Vauxhall Mokka has fallen short of full marks in the latest Euro NCAP safety ratings. The latest round of testing, which looks at how cars perform in various collisions as well as what safety systems they offer, shows the Mokka did not excel in any area. The crossover was Read more…
The number of vehicles exceeding the speed limit increased last year as drivers took advantage of lower traffic levels.
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 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…)
Roadside breath tests for drink-driving have fallen to their lowest level on record amid police cuts, new figures show.
Police forces across the UK are launching a national effort to bring down the number of uninsured drivers on the roads.
Annual road deaths in the UK could be cut by 4.5% by scrapping the October clock change, according to a road safety charity.
A loophole which can allow drivers to escape punishment for hand-held phone use if they are taking a photo or playing a game will be closed under plans announced by the Government.
October marks tyre safety month, highlighting an often overlooked aspect of car maintenance. As the main point of contact between the car and the road, tyres are absolutely crucial when it comes to a vehicle’s overall safety.
A new system of Assisted Driving Grading, which aims to help drivers understand how to use the safety technology incorporated into nearly all new cars, has been launched.
A leading independent UK road safety charity is calling for speeding to become as socially unacceptable as driving under the influence after discovering that many people see excessive speed as acceptable.
Lee Waters, the Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport, set up a task force last year to look at changing the default 30mph limit.
Speed limits in motorway roadworks could increase from 50 to 60mph following a government trial.(more…)
Each day during the Government’s official coronavirus briefing, we are shown how the use of motor vehicles has fallen by around 60% since February – as a result of the ‘lockdown’ restrictions first announced on 23 March.
GEM Motoring Assist is asking drivers to pay close attention to the speeds they use whilst out and about during the current period of lockdown.(more…)
GEM Motoring Assist is calling on the Government to increase the penalty for drivers and passengers who do not wear a seatbelt on journeys.(more…)
Young men are over-represented in alcohol-related deaths and serious injuries on the road.(more…)