UK driving licences and number plates will no longer feature the EU flag, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.(more…)
There isn’t much to celebrate these days, but one Brexit positive for motorists is that the EU might no longer have a mechanism for getting UK residents to pay for violations that incurred on the continent and were captured by speed cameras.
A key committee of EU lawmakers on Monday rejected a European Commission push for a Wi-Fi-based technology for cars, backing critics who support the alternative 5G standard.
The European Commission has revealed European Union institutions have reached a “provisional political agreement” on vehicle safety standards that will go into effect in 2022.