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Road Safety
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Driving Nerves Study Calling for ADIs to Claim Their Heart-Rate Monitor to Take Part

A new study into driving-related nerves is being launched in the UK this month, and the company behind it – Youmi – is calling for ADIs to claim their own heart-rate monitor to get involved
Technology & Innovation
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Self-driving cars should save young over elderly, poll finds

The university's Moral Machine test involved asking millions of respondents across 233 countries what their ethical preferences were
Other
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Young motorists’ weather fears could keep 1 in 5 at home this winter

A new survey of young drivers by Marmalade reveals the extent of their fears over driving in the winter months, with 39% claiming bad weather conditions as their number one concern
Other
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Project Edward secures the prestigious Prince Michael International Road Safety Award

Project EDWARD (European Day Without A Road Death) was created in 2016 by TISPOL, the European Traffic Police Network, to ‘re-energise…

Fuel
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AA Fuel Report Results

Have you noticed it's getting more expensive to fill up?
Road Safety
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What impact would the legalisation of cannabis in the UK have on the safety of our roads?

Report from the US shows significant increase in accidents since the legalisation of recreational use
Road Safety
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As Tyre safety month continues we recall a story from earlier this year

Almost 40 per cent of cars in the UK are running on at least one tyre that is “dangerously” or “very dangerously” underinflated