Motorists think the minimum age for drivers should be higher

A third of motorists think the minimum age for drivers should be increased. Leading vehicle remarketing company provides insight on motorists’ attitudes to young and old drivers as RAC Foundation releases a new study on young driver safety. As the RAC Foundation releases a study on young driver safety ahead of the Government publishing a […]

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Takeaway driver allowed to drive on roads with 29 points

A takeaway driver has still not been banned after totting up 29 penalty points. Ala Udin,44, admitted to speeding, among other motoring offences but is still allowed to drive after appearing before magistrates in Aberystwyth. Udin had 11 points on his licence already but was then handed another 18 points after admitting driving with a […]

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Men most likely to monitor fuel consumption

Research by the AA and Shell have revealed 69.8{87abea9bd6d4d01fd61539d041b4edcbe9cbf5a46207a12bb116a4e7dd5f6944} of male drivers whose dashboard trip computers measure fuel consumption electronically, monitor their miles per gallon regularly. Just over half of women – 50.5{87abea9bd6d4d01fd61539d041b4edcbe9cbf5a46207a12bb116a4e7dd5f6944} do the same. A car’s fuel efficiency can be drastically improved by one mile per gallon – the equivalent of 2p to […]

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Motorists don’t enjoy driving anymore?

The Institute of Advanced Motorists – the road safety charity ran a poll on how much motorists enjoy driving after passing their test. It revealed that a third of drivers simply don’t enjoy driving anymore. Many can hazard a guess as to why drivers don’t particularly like driving anymore, the main reason was revealed for […]

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