Motorists are waiting longer to sort an MOT renewal than this time last year, following government extensions related to the coronavirus pandemic.(more…)
More than a million drivers took a speed awareness course in 2020 despite car use plummeting due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Topping up with fuel is a tedious process, especially in winter when it means standing out in the cold for a few minutes. It’s why so many motorists put it off until the last possible moment.
Motorists have been warned to watch out for extortionate APR on car insurance as it’s revealed paying monthly could cost almost £500 more than if paid in one lump sum.
Fuel prices remained almost unchanged in November despite a barrel of oil shooting up $10 to $46 a 27% monthly rise, data from RAC Fuel Watch shows.
The amount of motor vehicle traffic on the roads fell 18.9% for the year ending September 2020 following coronavirus lockdown measures.
Motorists could typically save more than £300 by switching their car insurance three weeks before their existing policy is due to end, rather than waiting until the last day, analysis suggests.
Drivers across the country submit more than 35 dashcam videos of potential traffic offenses being committed to UK police forces each day.
Close to half of UK motorists have delayed servicing their cars or performing essential maintenance during 2020, a new survey has found.
Drivers across the UK could be risking fines, points on their licence or higher premiums by falling for car insurance myths, according to new research.
Nearly a fifth (18%) of young drivers admit to video calling while behind the wheel, a new survey suggests.
September saw the end of three consecutive months of rising fuel costs, according to data released today.
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.
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…)
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…)