News articles - July 2012
A guidance booklet for new drivers is set to be issued by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA), along with every set of driving theory test results from the beginning of August 2012.
According to research by the Vehicle Remarketing Association (VRA) the drop in the price of second-hand cars is slowing.
A road safety group has called for off-road driving practice for teenagers before they hit 17.
A number of road safety organisations are backing the Transport Select Committee's call for the British Government to provide stronger leadership on road safety.
The UK police have suggested that incidents of drink-driving have increased amongst young drivers and the number of road accidents tend to be highest in this group.
UK learner drivers can sometimes feel like they're facing an uphill struggle and learning to drive can be pretty stressful at times.
A recent study by Towers Watson suggests that the cost of car insurance is falling.
Over the last two years the number of black box insurance policies sold has increased by 1,500%, according to the British Insurance Brokers' Association (BIBA).
A recent study by Jean Hopkin Research Associates has revealed that 90% of advanced motorists are safer drivers.
The first rise in road fatalities in almost a decade has prompted concerns from road safety charity, RoSPA.