The Home Office has launched a consultation to provide Police officers with greater legal protection when perusing criminals on the road.
The Metropolitan Police Service has taken delivery of the first of 11 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.
Gwent in Wales has been named the drug-drive capital of the UK, after police recorded 361 arrests for the crime over 12 months.
Highways England will use three new unmarked HGV cabs to tackle dangerous driving on England’s motorways and major A roads.
Police argue for extra officers and a new approach, including the use of dashcam footage, to enforce road traffic laws.
Calls for drivers to be prosecuted for exceeding the speed limit by as little as 1mph have been criticised by motoring groups.
Police mobile camera vans are being used by more than a third of police forces to prosecute drivers for not wearing a seatbelt or using a handheld mobile phone.
Officers stopped almost 100,000 vehicles during its Christmas drink and drug-driving crackdown, with a 3.9% year-on-year increase in arrests, reports the NPCC.
Two thirds of drivers (65%) don’t believe they will be prosecuted for offences such as tailgating and lane hogging due to a lack of police on UK roads.
RS Connect Group has supplied Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police with 68 Vauxhall Astra Estates for their new fleet of vehicles.
Lincolnshire Police have taken on 10 Ford Kugas modified and supplied by Cartwright Conversions.
Andrew Ryan runs down three ways in which fleets are adopting innovative technologies to reduce collisions and improve duty of care.
Number of motorists killed who were involved in a police pursuit has risen 50%.
The Metropolitan Police Service is launching a trial to test Suzuki Burgman hydrogen powered scooters in a bid to reduce polution from its fleet.
Motorists want police funding to be used to fight terrorism instead of road crimes, a new survey by Servicing Stop has found.
A police officer has been dismissed after misfuelling a Vauxhall Astra patrol car and trying to cover up the incident.
Police forces this week are cracking down on mobile phone use by drivers in targeted operations to stop drivers from using handheld phones while driving.
Motorists should now pull over for unmarked police cars after Essex Police originally urged drivers not to stop following the theft of two vans.
According to the latest Home Office Report, the Metropolitan Police has seen the first rise in vehicle thefts in 20 years.
Amalgamating has enabled better vehicle utilisation, a telematics roll-out and the sharing of good practice
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