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Almost two-thirds of drivers say the cost of motoring is a bigger
worry than paying their rent or mortgage, according to a poll by
The Road Haulage Association wants the private sector to be allowed
to carry out statutory annual HGV tests.
Fleets are tightening the criteria used to select company cars,
according to the latest quarterly Company Car Trends research from
GE Capital’s Fleet Services division.
The BVRLA assembles its ‘Business Car Taxation Taskforce’ to counter the fleet sector ‘tax attack’ launched in this year’s budget
An Institute of Advanced Motorists poll has found 80 percent of
motorists believe drivers repeatedly caught over the alcohol limit
at the wheel should have their cars seized and sold or scrapped.
Last week’s proposal to impose tolls on an “enhanced” section of
the A-14 in Cambridgeshire represents a shift in Government policy
and has received a huge backlash from organisations such as the FTA
When the paper-based counterpart licence is dropped in 2014 or
2015, many fleets will have to create a new process for checking
employee driver licenses.
A Which? investigation has found diesel cars are more expensive to
run than petrol.
Banks and other traders may have manipulated oil prices for their
own financial gain, claims a report for the G20 world leaders.
Guidance unveiled last week will make it easier for local
authorities to impose 40mph speed limits on quiet rural roads.
The number of drivers using black box recorders in their cars has
increased significantly over the last three years.
The Olympic Games are set to create a 30 percent increase in
traffic in London.
A recent AA survey has revealed drivers with higher incomes wash
their cars less than those with lower money.
New legislation will force businesses to declare all transport
Research shows summer wet weather costs UK motorists £25m
Government should step up support for suffering road crash victims,
says national road safety charity.
EU to colour-code tyres based on performance.
The number of people killed or seriously injured on British roads
has increased for the first time in 17 years.