Half of drivers don’t trust driverless technology

Half of the UK’s drivers do not trust new driverless technology, with women less likely to trust it than men (men 46% and women 55%). 

Prosecution data reveals uninsured driver hotspots in England and Wales

Could you be planning a road trip through an uninsured driver hotspot? Or perhaps you already live in one of…


Black box car insurance ‘pushes up prices for over-30s’

Telematics policies offer young drivers huge savings but tables are turned for older drivers
Legislation & Regulation

Christmas car decorations could land motorists on the naughty list, research reveals

Many road users may already argue that decorating your car for Christmas should be a crime. But the research, from…


MSL and Watkin Davies sign Claims Agreement

The deal sees MSL provide accident management services for all Watkin Davies motor clients, and according to Glen Eastwood, MSL’s…

Legislation & Regulation

12 British driving offences that carry penalty points – and how many

Specialists from have clarified which 12 driving offences carry penalty points as standard and how many points drivers could…


New analysis reveals the UK’s car theft hotspots

West Midlands sees trebling of car theft claims in past five years More than 112,000 vehicles stolen in the last…

Legislation & Regulation

Sorn losers

Drivers are paying more than £12 million in fines Many drivers paying the price of neglecting to register a SORN…

Legislation & Regulation

New data shows big drop in numbers caught driving without insurance

A freedom of information request to the DVLA* (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) found that 79,713 people were caught breaking…

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