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More than 86% of UK motorists think distraction caused by mobile phones has become worse in the last three years, according to an IAM Roadsmart survey.
Drivers remain divided over the future of self-driving cars, with just a fifth (22%) saying that they can see the technology becoming the norm on UK roads.
Almost two-thirds of motorists want to retain the right to drive even though driverless cars are coming, two new pieces of research released today have shown.
Five drivers have been caught travelling at more than 100mph on 30mph and 40mph limit roads in England, according to the Institute of Advanced Motorists.
The IAM has held the first of a series of meetings with its new Business Customer Advisory Group (BCAG) to hear fleets' opinions on what they need from driver risk management programmes.
The majority of older drivers are in favour of tighter rules on checking the health and suitability of over-70s to drive, according to a new report by the IAM.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has opened a public consultation on proposed changes to increase penalties for using a hand-held mobile phone while driving.
Many fleets use the Euro NCAP star rating system to influence their choice of company cars. Christopher Smith investigates how it works – and how changing technology has shaped the testing procedure
Councils across England have increased their spending on pothole repairs and road maintenance, according to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).
Three drivers with more than 40 points on their driving licence are still allowed on the road, according to data released by the DVLA.
A majority of people would like to see the legal drink-drive limit reduced across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, to the same level of that in Scotland.
Institute of Advanced Motorists has launched its #wheelsinwinter campaign to support business and leisure travellers in driving safely this winter.
Multi-tasking while driving is dangerous, according to a new report produced by the Institute of Advanced Motorists and the Transport Research Laboratory.
Motorists are now more worried about the dangers of distraction posed by technology and social media than drink-driving, research suggests.
Londoners and motorists in the North-East show the highest levels of resistance to the use of speed cameras than other parts of the country, research suggests.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has been presented with a PRAISE award for its efforts in improving road safety at work through its own staff driving guidelines and safeguards.
More than 17,000 drivers have been convicted of careless driving since police forces were given the power to issue fixed penalty notices for the offence two years ago.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists has reiterated its call for drivers to improve driving skills as part of their lifelong personal development.
the number of drivers convicted of a speeding offence has risen by 28% in the past 12 months.
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