Those on their way to live music events this festival season are being offered advice on how to guarantee safe and stress-free journeys.
Drivers have been warned to remove the air freshener before taking their car for its MOT after experts revealed some of the weird factors that can lead to a failure.
Motorists are being warned on towing regulations ahead of summer staycations to avoid hefty fines and driving penalties. Car leasing experts at LeaseCar.uk have researched the laws around what drivers can and can’t tow as families prepare for caravan and camping holidays.
Worried passengers are being advised on how to ease the symptoms of travel sickness when commuting this summer. The holiday car rental experts at StressFreeCarRental.com have researched eight easy solutions to prevent holidaymakers from experiencing travel sickness.
New research has shown that more than 70% of British drivers are breaking a little-known law, which could see them facing fines of up to £1,000 or points on their licence.
With summer holidays underway, travellers are being advised to check their tyre conditions to prevent a blowout. The holiday car rental experts at StressFreeCarRental.com are urging people to check the conditions of their car to prevent serious consequences from occurring. Warmer conditions can lead to heated air expanding inside the tyres, which ultimately leads to …
Road Safe NI, the road safety charity in Northern Ireland, has teamed up with Pocket Box to launch a free vehicle management app that helps motorists to keep road legal and compliant. The Road Safe NI-branded tool – available for both Apple and Android smartphones – is designed to overcome many of the headaches of …
Driving in winter can be difficult, and fog frequently makes the dark mornings and evenings more dangerous. It is important to know exactly how to adapt your driving behaviour to suit the weather conditions at the time.
The new Mazda CX-5 is the only model to receive the highest possible safety rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) after it put 20 small SUVs through a rigorous new side impact test.
An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) are urging motorists to reduce their speed and be mindful of vulnerable road users ahead of ‘Slow Down Day’, a national speed enforcement operation for a 24-hour period on 7am, Thursday (21st October) to 7am on Friday (22nd October 2021). The overall objective of “Slow Down Day” is to reduce the number of speed related collisions, save lives and reduce injuries on Ireland’s roads. International …