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  • Drivers misjudge dangers on the road

    Drivers misjudge dangers on the road

    Drink-driving has been deemed the most dangerous motoring offence by drivers in a poll carried out by car warranty provider, Warrantywise. But those who took part in the survey are a bit out of kilter…

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  • Drivers' group names worst city for motorists

    Drivers' group names worst city for motorists

    Motorists in Bristol are the worst off in the UK, according to a drivers’ group. The Alliance of British Drivers claims that Bristol is plagued by problems with congestion, parking and speed limits. Group director…

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  • Caravans top motorists’ pet hates on the road

    Caravans top motorists’ pet hates on the road

    With summer in full swing, there may be less school traffic on the roads, but driving in the summer months comes with its own frustrations. HPI, which provides car history checks, has rounded up the…

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  • Many drivers wouldn’t admit causing damage

    Many drivers wouldn’t admit causing damage

    Three in 10 drivers in the UK would make a quick exit if they slightly damaged someone else’s car, a survey has revealed. Four per cent even claimed that they would make a run for…

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  • Supermarkets start new fuel price drop

    Supermarkets start new fuel price drop

    Fuel prices are on the way back down again, as supermarkets have slashed the price of petrol and diesel. Asda, Sainsbury’s and Tesco all cut the cost of fuel by 2p a litre today, meaning…

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  • UK allows driverless cars on public roads

    UK allows driverless cars on public roads

    Autonomous cars could arrive on UK roads as soon as January, the government has said. Initially slated for a debut appearance on public roads by the end of 2013, driverless cars are now set to…

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  • Spanish speeding fines may cost Brits dearly

    Spanish speeding fines may cost Brits dearly

    Holidaymakers taking a trip to Spain this summer could find themselves faced with a hefty fine for going even one km per hour above the speed limit. New motoring laws in Spain mean drivers could…

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  • Rogue parking companies target cancer wards

    Rogue parking companies target cancer wards

    Parking wardens at NHS hospitals have been accused of targeting the sickest patients, whilst some trusts take up to a 10 per cent cut of profits. A whistleblower who previously worked for one of the…

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  • Driving licence fees to be cut by a third

    Driving licence fees to be cut by a third

    Driving licence fees could fall by up to 32% following plans announced today by Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, and Transport Minister Claire Perry. These proposals would mean that the cost of a…

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