Rightly or wrongly, young drivers are considered â€˜high riskâ€™ when it comes to insuring a motor vehicle and seem to be â€˜persecutedâ€™ for being young by the majority of insurance companies.
Car owners parking beneath an iconic London skyscraper, dubbed â€˜the walkie talkieâ€™, are claiming that the all glass building is causing their vehicles to melt.
A female driver, with a staggering 42 points on her licence for driving offences, remains on Britainâ€™s roads according to a fresh analysis of DVLA figures.
Fresh calls have been made for a three-tiered driving scheme for young drivers following the death of a 24-year-old.
30-year-old Paul Brown, of Witney, has been sentenced to 240 hours unpaid work and disqualified from driving for 12 months after killing a cyclist whilst eating a sandwich at the wheel.
Research conducted by well renowned publication, Auto Trader, has revealed that 98% of UK motorists think that the government is not doing enough to improve road safety, booktheorytesttoday.com can reveal.
New research has revealed that one in three young drivers feel â€˜unpreparedâ€™ when taking to Britainâ€™s roads shortly after passing their test, Book Theory Test Today understands.
A new report claims that young drivers listening to either rock or rap music are more prone to road accidents than drivers listening to music from other genres.
The DSA has launched a campaign to unmask driving theory and practical test cheats amid the increasing number of people â€˜representingâ€™ test applicants fraudulently.
The idea of overhauling Britainâ€™s Highways Agency, making it a part privatised system and allowing for greater financial freedom, first emerged in March 2013.