Articles by: Richard Borges

Technology & Innovation
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The cost of self-driving cars will be the biggest barrier to their adoption

Road crashes claim nearly 40,000 lives annually in the United States. The result is considerable financial and emotional suffering to society
The Standards Check
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A guide to the Standards Check

We've teamed up with SmartDriving to bring you a new series of helpful videos to prepare you for your Standards Check
Cars
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Hundreds of keyless cars are vulnerable to high-tech theft, new report says

More than 200 car models that offer keyless entry are susceptible to theft, a report from British consumer group Which? has revealed
Road Safety
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Buckinghamshire’s online workshop provides winter driving refresher

A new online workshop has been launched in Buckinghamshire to help all drivers prepare for driving in winter conditions
Podcast
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RSGB Talk

In the second RSGB Talk podcast, Nick Rawlings chats to Sam Merison, director of the Road Safety GB Academy
Road Safety
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Free VR app teaches road safety to primary pupils

Academics from Cardiff University have developed a new app which uses virtual reality technology to help teach road safety to primary school children
Other
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PTW sales ‘bucked the trend’ in 2018

While the overall new car market declined once again in 2018, the number of new powered two wheeler registrations increased slightly
Road Safety
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Following Prince Philip’s car crash, how many elderly drivers are on the road?

The 97-year-old duke’s driving skills have received scrutiny after his recent crash – but how many people around his age have licenses in the US and UK?
Cars
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Frustrated electric vehicle drivers have taken to shaming inconsiderate motorists who block charging spaces with petrol vehicles

Dozens of pictures uploaded to Facebook show the extent to which UK electric vehicle drivers are blocked from charging their cars by drivers using EV recharging bays as parking spaces