Oops. You’ve had that horrible moment of realisation when you’ve looked down at your pump that’s currently filling up your diesel car, and you realise that it clearly reads ‘PETROL’ in big black letters.
A government-backed survey has revealed that significantly fewer adults hold driving licences today, when compared with the early 1990’s.
If you, like so many of us, have taken to the used car dealerships and forecourts for your motoring needs, you could be entitled to massive compensation as your car may have been mis-sold to you.
Clocks go back this Sunday, and we all know what that means - an extra hour in bed! However, it also means something a little more sinister too.
Despite a number of high profile cases and a recent police and legal crackdown on using your mobile phone while driving in the UK, only 50% of UK drivers surveyed by the Department for Transport (DfT) think all mobile phone use behind the wheel is dangerous.
There are a number of things that adversely affect your driving that we do every day that aren’t illegal, and by far the most deadly is driving while tired or deprived of sleep.
The recorded physical and verbal abuse against Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) staff has risen by 50% in the space of a year, with 240 recorded cases in 2016, versus 180 a year earlier.