The latest statistics from road safety charity, Brake, show that there were 1,766 deaths on UK roads last year, a 10% increase from the previous year. Deaths caused by breaking …Read More
An Automated Vehicles (AV) Bill, recently published by UK ministers, is set to deliver one of the most comprehensive legal frameworks for self-driving cars to date. It comes as the …Read More
The RAC has reported a record-breaking number of pothole-related breakdowns in any third quarter since the beginning of their records in 2006.
Between July and September of this year, the automotive …Read More
Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone (LEZ), which has been in place since June, was recently challenged by a local business. After a two-day hearing, the Judicial Review of the LEZ has …Read More
One in seven motorists could be driving too fast for the state of their vehicle’s tyres. Worn tyres, while legal, increase stopping distance dramatically, meaning drivers should be going at …Read More
UK drivers could be forking out millions on avoidable fuel costs due to underinflated tyres. Data from TyreSafe shows that underinflated tyres could leave UK drivers shelling out between £600 million …Read More
Birmingham City Council has put forward a proposal to slash the speed limit on 25 main roads in the city from 40mph to 30mph.
By cutting the speed limits they aim …Read More
The government has announced plans for new funding for UK transport projects after the decision to scrap the second phase of HS2.
As a result of the scheme’s cancellation, Prime Minister …Read More
UK motorists are on alert following the successful trial of advanced speed cameras in Navarra, Spain.
The new cameras were developed by road safety experts Road Angel. They employ anti-breaking radars …Read More
The growing number of lithium-ion battery fires involving e-scooters and e-bikes in London has sparked calls for increased regulation.
Tower Hamlets Council has reported an average of one e-bike or e-scooter …Read More