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Britain’s Fastest Drivers Revealed

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When driving in the proximity of speed cameras, most drivers possess the common courtesy to slow down. It’s a sad but true fact that the majority like to challenge the set speed limits, even if it’s just an innocent 5 […]

Increase in Female Drunk-Drivers

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Statistics released by the Ministry Of Justice have certainly showcased some worrying data for women drivers. As it turns out, whilst the number of men convicted in drink-driving cases has steadily decreased in the last decade, the number of women […]

War Against Motorists Continues

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Very soon, motorists may face prosecution from their local councils for any minor infringements they may possibly make. If ministers grant local councils the same ‘police-powers’ that are present in London, a wide-range of minor traffic infringements could produce large […]

Pothole Compensation Claims Rise

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Compensation payments to motorists who have had their vehicles damaged by potholes have reached £4.8million in the last two years according to research conducted by Britannia Rescue. They claim that 54,436 complaints were made in the period of 2010-2012 regarding […]

Rural is Best for Driving Tests

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Learning how to drive is almost considered a rite of passage for teenagers nowadays. A great deal of stress and significance is levelled at promoting your green provisional to a fully fledged official pink license. However, for some the daunting […]

DVLA Shares Driver Information

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The DVLA has been accused of selling driver information of more than 7,000 motorists to a convicted criminal over the past four years. The vehicle agency which has a database of all UK drivers and vehicle information has been providing […]

Firefighters Prepare for Fuel Storage

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With the possible fuel drivers’ strike, fire fighters have been asking the public to be very careful if they are thinking about storing fuel at home. It’s extremely dangerous and it’s hoped that people think of other forms of transport […]

Whistling Drivers Urged to Stop

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The Olympic Route Network (ORN) has called for night-time drivers to close doors quietly, stop whistling and turn off radios and reversing alarms. In order to reduce congestion, the drivers will work from midnight to 6am and have been asked […]

Easter Traffic Eases Up

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Easter is a horrendous time for the UK public as people try and get away for their springtime holiday. Despite the thread of fuel strikes and the normal holiday madness, experts are suggesting that Easter will be much calmer on […]

Young Rural Drivers at Highest Risk

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Young drivers are thought to be at more risk of having an accident in the countryside compared to their city-dwelling counterparts, a report found. It’s stated that rural young drivers are 37% more likely to have a collision than urban […]