News articles - April 2012
Geely, a car manufacturer based in China are planning on selling it's cars based on "ease of ownership", rather than just price.
Over 50% of motorists have been cut-up by another vehicle in "Sorry Mate, I Didn't See You" or "SMIDSYs" incidents in the past six months, according to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).
It could be good news for learner driver insurance holders as official Government figures suggest that the number of heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) and buses on the road are dropping.
Learner drivers are sending local people in Heaton, Newcastle crazy by hogging their roads.
For learner drivers looking to commute to work once they pass their test the advice offered by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) could be very useful.
The UK Government have put forward advice to local councils to help them tackle the problems posed by potholes in their constituency.
New car sales saw an increase last month, after the new 12-plate registration numbers came onto the market, according to a report by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Learner drivers are urged to swot-up on their Highway Code knowledge following shocking results of a survey of Highway Code knowledge amongst motorists.
Under-age and learner driver insurance holders are being offered the benefit of learning the basics of car control in a safe environment that could benefit them as well as other road users living on popular teaching routes.
Two learner driver insurance holders up in Skegness have both achieved 100% scores with no minor faults, according to Fast Lane Driving School.
Official figures suggest learner driver insurance holders need to maintain standards after passing their test.
According to a new report uninsured drivers continue to be a big issue in the UK and can hike up premiums for other road users, even though overall they are decreasing in total.
The assertion that older people are more likely to be killed in car crashes than younger drivers because they are worse drivers has been dismissed by experts.
The Debt Advisory Line has advised motorists to plan journeys, car share and ensure their tyres are inflated properly in a bid to offset soaring fuel prices.