If you haven’t been keeping up with the news, changes to the UK driving test are due to come into effect on the 4th of December this year.
It’s nice to know that our counterparts across the channel also face the same trials and tribulations when it comes to learning to drive
Research from road safety charity, Brake has revealed that eating and drinking behind the wheel can increase reaction times by up to 44%, causing drivers to respond to hazards much more slowly.
According to a report released by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Association (DVSA), only 30% of the 40,000 driving instructors in the UK achieve the highest standard.
One of the ways that people look to get a cheaper deal on their car insurance is called ‘Fronting’ and it’s illegal. However, statistics show that nearly 1 in 10 motorists admit to having committed ‘Fronting’ at one point in their lives - but what actually is it?
There has been a lot of speculation and confusion about the new speeding fines and laws that have come into effect today. Claims of higher fines, and higher consequences can be daunting for young drivers, and a lot of what has been put out formally isn't the easiest to understand, so we're breaking it down for you here, so it's clear how you might be affected.
While a majority of older drivers are completely competent, able-bodied and are able to drive safely, there are many that are not, and are able to remain on the road because of the current processes