Technology & Innovation

Driverless cars to hit London streets in new trial

A trial of eight autonomous Jaguar I-Pace SUVs will take to streets across Zones 1–3 in London to improve their…


Speed awareness reduces repeat offending

The figures show that 44% of Britain’s motorists have been caught speeding and of these, more than half (54%) have…

Road Safety

Collaboration to increase skills of Uber drivers

The videos, produced by AA DriveTech, will form part of the training package for new Uber drivers – as well as…

Road Safety

Family safety charity welcomes Baroness Jolly as President

She was elected to the position at the family safety charity’s annual general meeting in Birmingham today (November 15) and…

Road Safety

Official stats reveal deadliest regions to drive in Britain

Powys in South Wales topped the list of most deadly places to drive, averaging eight fatalities per 100,000 inhabitants a…

Road Safety

Road Safety Week 2019 launches

New research from the road safety charity Brake has revealed that nearly a third of adults were in a collision,…

Road Safety


Over 13,000 motorists are convicted each year for mobile phone related driving offences, paying fines exceeding £2 million

October AA Fuel report

UK and overseas petrol and diesel prices - October 2019
Road Safety

“These figures are staggering” – drug driving convictions quadruple in less than 2 years

The number of motorists convicted for driving under the influence of drugs has increased fourfold since 2017