Motorists report an increase in driver distraction from infotainment systems, sat navs and mobile phones, research from Venson Automotive Solutions suggests.
IAM RoadSmart research shows almost half of businesses polled expect employees to answer their phone while driving for work.
Rise in drivers receiving penalty points for using mobile phones bucks national trend.
The Government will close a legal loophole that allows drivers to escape prosecution for hand-held mobile phone use while behind the wheel.
Speeding ticket offences have increased each year since 2011.
Fleet decision-makers speak of the increasing challenges placed on them by increased focus on the management of the fleet, BIK pressure - and driver rebellion
Bosses split on whether employees should take calls while on the road, says DfBB’s Simon Turner
Filming, not speaking, driver wins case; senior policewoman distracted before collision
Licence Bureau says a complete ban on mobile phone usage while driving is ‘long overdue and enforceable’.
An assistant chief constable has escaped a driving ban after colliding with an oncoming car while trying to make a hands-free phone call to her husband.
The effectiveness of legislation governing use of handheld mobile phone while driving has been questioned by the High Court.
One in six at-work drivers says they have been involved in an accident when taking a call from a colleague, new research suggests.
Almost 90% of motorists would like to see tougher penalties handed out to other drivers caught using their phone while behind the wheel according to a new survey by Motorpoint.
New mobile phone detection warning signs are being rolled out by Thames Valley and Hampshire police forces.
Younger working-age drivers and those in London the worst offenders, as RAC warns of ‘fading impact’ of penalties introduced in 2017.
It has been revealed that 56% of Brits believe in-car tech is just as distracting as using a mobile phone, says whocanfixmycar.com research.
The camera, which can catch drivers from up to 1km away who speed, tailgate, use handheld mobile phones or do not wear seatbelts, is being trialled by Gloucestershire Police.
The illegal use of mobile phones among van drivers is double that seen in cars, according to a new Government report.
A third (34%) of drivers said they use their mobile phone illegally while in their car, with the figure rising to 58% of 18-24 year old drivers, new research suggests.
In all, 90 local authority areas will have one or more stretches of road where there is no voice signal available.
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