Legislation & Regulation

Road Safety

A hole in the plan

There needs to be a national strategic approach to repairing the nation’s roads. According to a new analysis conducted by…

Technology & Innovation

Careful of QR codes

Motorists are being urged to avoid QR phishing scams. Recent reports have highlighted a disturbing trend-the rapid increase of QR…

Road Safety

Not in the driving seat

Self-driving vehicles could be on British roads by 2026. That’s the government’s view after its Automated Vehicles (AV) Act became…

Road Safety

Generational divide in attitudes to drug driving

More than a fifth of motorists (22%) aged 17-34 believe it is okay to drive after using Class A drugs.…

Road Safety

Running the reds

A new study has revealed the UK areas most likely to run a red light. At the top of the…


Park at your peril

Being issued a parking fine is usually an unwelcome surprise accompanied by unexpected costs. It’s easy to be caught off-guard…

Road Safety

GDL gains further backing

Road Safety GB has published the results of an open survey on the potential introduction of Graduated Driver Licensing in…

Road Safety

Theoretically insufficient

The driving theory test, a significant hurdle for over half of the candidates, is a crucial step in the journey…

Road Safety

Election for change

As local and national elections loom, several motoring organisations have drawn up policy wish lists. These hope to prompt the…

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