Legislation & Regulation

Legislation & Regulation
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Road to Zero at risk if company car tax isn’t treated fairly, warns BVRLA

Failure to support the fleet sector with a fair and consistent tax regime will seriously threaten Government attempts to decarbonise…

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DVLA car tax – What’s your VED going to cost you in 2019 with the new price increases?

Car tax will rise again in Britain in April 2019 in line with RPI increasing. Drivers could face paying up…

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Government survey tracks mobile phone and seat belt usage

The percentage of drivers using a mobile phone behind the wheel – and those not wearing a seat belt –…

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Could diesel make a short-term comeback under new EU test regulations?

The new CEN Workshop Agreement test involves extensive real-world readings for emissions and fuel consumption. These could cast cleaner modern diesels in…

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Police launch crackdown to tackle uninsured drivers

Police in Scotland have launched a new campaign to target uninsured drivers — and remove the lawbreakers from the roads
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The law around drug driving – and the 9 prescription drugs that could get you arrested for it

Eight people a day disqualified for drink or drug driving in Wales alone
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Petition calls for ‘immediate halt’ to shared space

A charity which campaigns on behalf of blind and visually impaired people is urging the Government to introduce legislation to prevent ‘further discrimination’ against disabled people through the use of shared space road design
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Britons in EU may have to retake driving tests after a no-deal Brexit

Expats told to swap UK licences for European ones before 29 March if there is no deal
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Park in a bicycle lane and you could get a £130 fine

To improve road safety, the Department for Transport (DfT) is bringing in new rules, which mean drivers face fines if they’re caught parking in cycle lanes—and the penalty could be a whopping £130