Drivers are being urged to get their cars MOT tested this summer to avoid the rush as thousands look to get their vehicles tested after making use of the six-month coronavirus extension.(more…)
MOT tests will be made mandatory once again on August 1, roads minister Baroness Vere has announced today (June 29).
One in seven drivers plan to make full use of the six-month MOT extension, a new survey suggests.
Drivers should brace for a rise in fuel prices despite continued falls in May, new data suggests.
Gwent Police caught motorists driving at speeds in excess of 130mph.
Drivers could face fines of £130 for minor offences as the Government considers handing local councils new powers to improve roads for cyclists and pedestrians.
New research has revealed that millions of motorists are risking a blowout by driving with underinflated tyres following weeks of not using their cars.(more…)
More than 11,000 new drivers had their licence revoked in 2019 after receiving too many points.(more…)
The behaviour of road users has deteriorated since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, a new survey suggests.(more…)
The number of drivers visiting Kwik Fit over the past four weeks needing a new battery has been double the usual rate for the time of year.
One fifth of drivers say they will use their cars less once the lockdown is over, according to a new AA survey, ‘Life after lockdown’.
An estimated 11.6 million UK motorists have forgotten to MOT their cars before the previous certificate had expired, according to a recent study.(more…)
Motorists could be spending a whopping £1.5 billion each year on damage caused by car park prangs.
One is Six drivers have admitted to breaking the law at some point in the last year by using their phone while driving.
The number of crashes on UK roads involving a drink-driver has increased 4%, according to the latest official data.(more…)