A new survey conducted by motor servicing company Fixter, has revealed the worst cities for speeding in the UK. The survey, which polled 1,000 car owners, found that Edinbrugh is the UK’s worst city for speeding, with a staggering 81% of drivers admitting to regularly breaking speed limits.
Edinburgh is …Read More
Big plans have been made to drastically change roads over the next six years, by introducing ‘digital motorways’ to improve congestion and make travelling more efficient.
These digital, or smart motorways, will be without the traditional emergency lane, but will have emergency laybys closer together to compensate for this.
Highways England have …Read More
Volkswagen and SEAT, the automobile manufacturer, have come up against Which?, after the reviews company called them out on a dangerous rear seatbelt fault.
After an independent assessment of the affected cars, the Finnish magazine, Tekniikan Maailma found that when these brands of cars were driving at speed, and all …Read More
Highways England, along with representatives from several other road safety bodies, are set to attend the opening round of the British Superbike Championship at Silverstone next weekend, to promote the importance of motorcycle safety.
The championship event is attended by tens of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts every year, making it one …Read More
There have been big plans put in place to encourage drivers to stick to speed limits, in an effort to reduce deaths on the UK’s roads. By 2022, the government intends to introduce speed limiting technology, and make it mandatory for all vehicles sold in Europe, which The Department for …Read More
In recent weeks, the road safety of students around schools has been the focus of councils across the UK, with multiple new measures and campaigns being discussed and implemented. Amongst the new measures that have been discussed is the introduction of fines for parents caught leaving the engine running while …Read More
Transport laws are about to change, thanks to the government’s new Future of Mobility Urban Strategy, which will reassess the ways in which goods and people move about the UK. In particular, this strategy will observe how electric vehicles, including e-scooters and e-cargo bikes navigate roads, and what this means …Read More
Councils across the UK are working hard to improve road safety around schools, with a number of new initiatives being proposed to keep the children safe.
Trafford Council is looking to introduce on-the-spot fines of £80 to parents who leave their car engines running while waiting to pick up their children …Read More
Cornwall can expect to see some new changes implemented between some of its major towns, with funds being pooled to improve various initiatives, including new cycle paths and habitat and heritage projects.
Highways England and Cornwall Council will be spending £27 million this year throughout Cornwall to help improve road safety …Read More
The UK Government have announced their plans for a consultation to regulate the use of car tyres, based on their age.
The new restrictions would ban the use of tyres that are aged 10-years or older on buses, coaches, mini-buses and heavy goods vehicles (HGV). The announcement follows a government research …Read More