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Thousands of cars written-off by insurance companies are being legally sold on the second-hand car market.
Manufacturers’ official miles-per-gallon figures found to be inaccurate meaning motorists could be paying hundreds of pounds more on fuel each year than expected.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner says motorists caught using their phone behind the wheel should receive tougher penalties.
Transport Select Committee to target uninsured drivers in an attempt to cut down insurance costs.
Supermarkets go to war over petrol prices and knock 2p per litre off unleaded and diesel.
Oil companies and supermarkets told to pass on savings to consumers as wholesale fuel prices plummet.
Fleet software provider CFC says many fleet managers do not have a basic fuel strategy.
Thousands of company car drivers are paying the wrong amount of tax because of mistakes by HM Revenue & Customs, Fleet News claims.
Nearly a quarter of young motorists have admitted to using email
and social networking sites while driving.
First time speeding offences could cost you four times the cost of the fine in increased insurance premiums.
Over half of drivers disagree with increasing fixed penalty notices to boost victim support fund.
Motorists driving under the influence of drugs may face prosecution under new laws to be brought in next month.
Drivers are being told to take extra care because of the extreme weather conditions hitting Britain this week.
Accident rates are nine percent higher at the beginning of British Summer Time.
Nottingham City Council forcing drivers to pay £288 a year to park at work.