In a new bid to improve overall road safety, the government have revealed plans to legalise motorway driving for learner drivers, which will come into effect in 2018.
Currently, driving instructors offer the Pass Plus scheme, which allows newly passed drivers to take lessons on motorway driving. However, this is not …Read More
Since the government’s new air quality plans have been released, road safety campaigners stress new changes will have a dangerous effect on road safety for pedestrians and everyday road users.
After a long wait, the government have now finalised their pollution prevention plans in a bid to improve the condition …Read More
The Mayor of London has given the residents of London a three-month notice on the new changes to toxicity tax. This is in an aim to improve air quality in London, the most heavily polluted area in the UK.
The toxin tax is being implemented in October to discourage diesel vehicle drivers …Read More
On build up roads in England, many road signs have become unrecognisable as a result of poor maintenance, which poses a serious threat to road safety.
A new poll by the AA has revealed that overgrown greenery, hedges, shrubs and trees are tampering with the visibility of important highway traffic signs …Read More
School’s out, and now, so is the traffic.
As UK summer holidays loom closer, motorists have been issued traffic warnings to prepare for a surge in congestion on busy roads, with a startling 9 million cars being predicted to travel on roads across the UK this weekend.
Families tend to travel on …Read More
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In the summer months, there is a rise in the number of vehicles travelling, and pedestrians crossing, UK roads. This is due to a number of factors, such as families taking trips out during the summer holidays. Summer is also peak season for learner drivers. However, this …Read More
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has revealed new plans to build a clean air road strategy for London. Currently, drivers travelling into London’s central zones face congestion charges. However, Mr Khan’s new proposed zero-emission system aims to remove these charges and instead, replace them with a single per mile …Read More
Excitement arises in the UK, following approved trials for driverless cars, which will take place at the end of this year, starting in Milton Keynes and Coventry. Interestingly, this will be the first time these digitally advanced cars have been tested publically on UK roads and once trials take place, there …Read More
Traffic speeds are predicted to drop to an average of 12 mph by 2030, due to the increasing number of drivers on UK roads. New reports state that air pollution levels cannot be controlled if no action is taken to change traffic speeds and control congestion.The government therefore need to …Read More
New information released by the World Health Organisation has revealed that road accidents are the main cause of teenage deaths.
Britain saw 145 people killed in road accidents and 3,166 seriously injured in 2015, with the majority of road-related deaths involving males aged between 10 and 19-years-old. With adolescents counting for …Read More