UK road safety and breakdown organisation, GEM Motoring Assist, is offering a line-up of safer driving tips for the 12 days of Christmas. The many pressures of the festive season mean it’s often easy to let good habits slip, so here is a reminder of the importance of staying safe while driving during the holidays. …
When you’re learning to drive, everybody is an expert. Whether it’s a parent giving their two cents on the best way to ace the test first-time, or a friend sharing their horror story of how they failed, everyone has their opinion on driving tests and it can be hard to separate fact from fiction.
New research by UK company, BookMyGarage.com, suggests more than 13 million UK drivers have tailgated another vehicle at some point.
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.
Christmas shopping is a big part of the festive season and it’s also one of the most stressful parts of the festive season with such tasks as figuring out the right thing to buy for your friends and family, keeping in budget or, finding a budget to stay within in the first place.
The programme for the Festival of Road Safety comprised an exciting mix of pre-recorded and live content, including keynote and fringe presentations, workshops and podcasts. The Festival of Road Safety first ran in November 2020 and was regarded a big success, with more than 10,000 visits to the Festival website. Following the cancellation of the …
Experts are warning drivers about a new law that will further ban them from using their phones to take photos or videos, scroll through playlists, or play games.
IAM RoadSmart has recently revealed that older motorists are more willing to prove how safe they actually are on the roads than perhaps first thought.
Despite Britain having one of the highest thresholds for drink-driving limits across the world, new research from Confused.com has found that the UK has the lowest rate of drink-driving related deaths across the globe.
Younger drivers have far greater trust in the performance of an Electric Vehicle (EV) than their older counterparts, according to research by UK website, Leasing.com.