Articles by: Richard Borges

Road Safety
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European summer school opens for registration

Road safety professionals are being invited to register for the 2019 European Road Safety Summer School, which will feature presentations by at least three UK-based road safety officers.
Government Investment
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SCP cuts ‘jeopardising lives’

The number of school crossing patrols funded by councils across Great Britain has fallen by almost a quarter in the last five years, new BBC figures show
Technology & Innovation
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New Nissan connected car technology will help drivers ‘see the invisible’

Nissan will next week unveil its ‘Invisible-to-Visible’ (I2V) vision for connected cars which will help drivers see obstacles otherwise hidden out of sight
Fuel
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Stingy supermarkets urged to slash fuel prices

The RAC is calling on the UK’s major fuel retailers to pass on savings from the latest fall in oil prices to overcharged drivers
Cars
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Innocent drivers hit by car cloning criminals

Unsuspecting motorists face being charged with offences they didn’t commit due to car-cloning criminal gangs, a top police official is warning
Road Safety
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Casualties from crashes caused by slow drivers up by nearly a third

Drivers have admitted their frustrations over slow vehicles on the roads after figures showed the number of casualties from crashes caused by sluggish motorists increased by almost a third last year
Cars
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Is the whole model of car ownership being forced into a shift?

2019 to be the most expensive year ever to own a car
Technology & Innovation
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Smart car: you will soon be able to start a Hyundai with your fingerprint

Hyundai is launching world-first smart fingerprint recognition technology on the 2019 Santa Fe SUV, allowing owners to use their finger to unlock and start the vehicle
Road Safety
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Car travelling down sidewalk highlights Japan’s problem with old age and driving

Laughter on social media gives way to concern that 57,000 licensed drivers in country have some form of dementia
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