Drivers aged 18-24 account for a high proportion of the UKâ€™s road traffic accidents, if youâ€™re unfortunate enough to be involved in a road collision; this practical guide offers key tips on the action you should take in the aftermath of an accident.
Police across Britain have issued a fresh warning to learner drivers to remain vigilant when it comes to hiring a driving instructor. The police have called for learner drivers to check the instructor that they have hired is properly qualified after a number of routine roadside checks found that a number of driving instructors were […]
In a study conducted by the RAC foundation they have revealed that the number of people over 70 holding a UK driving licence has passed the four million mark for the first time ever.
New data has revealed that UK motorists are forking out Â£30 million monthly. Research shows that close to 900,000 tickets have been issued every month this year so far, representing a four per cent increase on figures released last year. The average fine is Â£42.
Brand new traffic cameras will be introduced across the UK targeting minor motoring offences it has been announced.
Passing your driving test is a joyous occasion and a life changing moment as it delivers a new level of independence. However, passing your driving test is only the beginning. Becoming a responsible and safe driver presents a new challenge.
The stigma of young people and driving accidents is one that has existed for decades and, unless better educated and prepared for life on Britainâ€™s roads, accident rates among young drivers on the nationâ€™s roads will continue to rise. Thatâ€™s the view of parents responding to a recent poll.
A drunk driver, who was five times the legal limit and found slumped at the wheel of his car wearing a female police officerâ€™s uniform, has been jailed.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has published a new driving offences fact sheet in order to clarify what constitutes â€˜dangerous drivingâ€™ and â€˜careless drivingâ€™. The two categories apply to driving incidents that involve deaths and outline how the CPS system determines whether those responsible are guilty of â€˜dangerous drivingâ€™ or â€˜careless drivingâ€™.
Young drivers aged 17-24 are more likely to die or suffer serious injury in a road traffic accident than any other age group. In a statement from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration they said: â€œYoung drivers are especially vulnerable to death and injury on our roadways. Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death […]