The AA has launched a free breakdown service for all NHS workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
The AA has is to provide additional support to London Ambulance Service (LAS) to keep its frontline crews on the road during the coronavirus pandemic.
Just one in four drivers (24%) would find another route to avoid driving through floodwater, despite the risk to life.
Fleet managers have been praised for educating drivers around the use of AdBlue, but the AA says education must continue.
AA partners with AX to provide mobility solutions to AA motor insurance customers who report an accident directly with them and to personal members of its breakdown service.
The AA has agreed a three-year partnership with Uber to give 65,000 licensed private hire drivers access to its breakdown cover.
AA’s expert locksmiths will unlock the secrets to the organisation’s specialist Key Assist capabilities.
AA’s business services team reminds fleet managers, rental companies finance providers to refresh drivers on requirements for driving in Europe this summer.
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More than half (52%) of car drivers break 30mph speed limits, latest Government figures have shown.
Risk management and driver training company DriveTech has appointed Charlie Norman as director.
Local authorities are filling a pothole every 17 seconds, but still paid out £6.9m in pothole compensation claims, according to this year’s ALARM survey.
The AA has secured a new five-year roadside assistance contract with Lloyds Banking Group to service some 2.4 million of its customers.
DriveTech has congratulated the AA Charitable Trust on winning the Prince Michael International Road Safety Award for ten years of innovative road safety campaigns.
The AA has released an anti-theft video and top 10 tips as research revealed that 1 in 10 members think modern cars are theft-proof.
Stephen Briers urges fleet managers to prepare for the future and begin to understand the benefits of telematics
The AA has called on British Government to help alternative fuels flourish, as the fleet industry indicates a “strong desire” to use them.
Two-thirds of drivers could be using dashcams in the coming months, according to a new poll from the AA.
One in eight (13%) of drivers in the UK admit falling asleep at the wheel, according to new research by the AA Charitable Trust.
The most common phrase for British motorists to shout in an outburst of road rage is ‘go on then, move’, according to survey.
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