Economic woes change motoring habits

The cost of living crisis is affecting the vast majority of drivers’ motoring habits. New research reveals dramatic changes in…


Fuelling the future

The amount of tax collected by the Government from fuel duty increased by 24% year-on-year, new figures suggest. However, the…

Legislation & Regulation

Speeding remains a problem

Speeding down from last year, but up on pre-pandemic levels New data fro the Department for Transport (DfT) has revealed…


People more reliant on the car

The typical Monday-to-Friday commute may be gone for good. This is the conclusion of new research by the RAC in…

Teaching & Training

Alternative thinking about travel

Passing your driving test was once seen as a rite of passage for most youngsters. But with the number of…


Petrol crisis drains driving instructors

The fuel supply ‘crisis’ rumbles on despite  the government suggesting everything is going back to normal. It comes on top…


More problems for car manufacturers

It’s not just chips, but nearly all raw materials, including steel, that are holding up new car production. This is…

Teaching & Training

Learners give up

One in 20 disheartened learner drivers have given up trying to pass their test. This is a direct result of…


Tank of mum and dad – Parents spend up to £750 a year to help keep their children on the road

Over 60% of 17-24-year-old drivers have received financial support from their parents to help them run their car over the last twelve months – up from 49% before the pandemic
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