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Legislation & Regulation
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TRL calls for end-user research into how we change the public’s mindset on ridesharing

Across the UK, local authorities and city planners are in urgent need for strategies that will reduce the number of…

Legislation & Regulation
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UK drivers face a 230% increase in parking fees as councils expect to collect £1 billion

Analysis suggests UK drivers may have to endure increases of up to 230% from April, with many councils raising costs…

Other
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13 automotive Brexit myths – busted!

Many commentators and politicians cite the automotive industry in Brexit discussions so, as Parliament debates the meaningful vote, the Society…

Government Investment
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Driverless cars will be on UK roads by 2021, says government

Driverless cars could be in full use on Britain’s roads by 2021, the government announced on Wednesday. The new technology…

Road Safety
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Following Prince Philip’s car crash, how many elderly drivers are on the road?

The 97-year-old duke’s driving skills have received scrutiny after his recent crash – but how many people around his age have licenses in the US and UK?
Cars
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As Brexit gathers pace, more risks highlighted by the motor trade

Cars from the EU could face a significant price rise on the back of a no-deal Brexit
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