News articles - June 2012
Car manufacturer, Ford, has unveiled a new driving aid that is set to take all the hard work out of the stop-start in traffic jams.
A learner driver in Borehamwood had to be freed from her car when it was involved in a serious accident earlier this month.
A 62 year old man from Northumberland has been fined and received 10 penalty points on his driving licence for supervising a learner driver insurance holder whilst drunk.
With the wet weather continuing across the UK, young driver insurance holders should ensure that they keep their eyes on the road to prevent mishaps whilst driving.
A bizzare study into which cars attract the most bird poo has revealed that those of the red variety are frequent toilets for our feathered friends.
Increasing numbers of young drivers are ignoring their fuel warning lights, according to recent research.
Following a decline in car manufacturing due to the credit crunch it has been announced that billions of pounds will be invested to help rejuvenate the industry.
A recent study has revealed that almost 60% of American high school student text whilst driving.
Young driver insurance holders are being urged to think before they drink and drive following a new initiative by UK police.
A new "micro-car" known as the Volpe has been announced as coming to the UK automotive market in 2013.
Government spending cuts have lead to a number of transport staff, driving test examiners and coastguards taking further measures to strike on June 8th after 39 offices across the UK went on strike June 1st.
A lady in Midlesbrough has finally passed her driving test... on her 35th attempt, after accumulating £2,000 in driving test fees.
Bolton learner drivers from a local college have received training on the dangers of getting behind the wheel.