MPs have been warned that a lack of resource is threatening the police’s ability to catch motorists breaking the law.
Almost four in 10 business drivers have been given points on their licence from work-related driving offences, according to research from Masternaut.
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.
Stolen vehicle recovery company Tracker has waned that car thieves are continuing to target ‘keyless’ cars in London.
Senior traffic police officers from around Europe will call for better protection of vulnerable road users at the annual conference of TISPOL this week.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has recommended West Yorkshire Police improve driver training after a fatal collision in Leeds.
Civilian staff, including HR and IT directors, have been given bluelight cars to use without being trained to use them, the BBC is reporting.
Brake has given its backing to calls made today (May 19) by the Police Federation for a lower drink drive limit.
A technician at a tyre and vehicle maintenance centre in Dorset is urging motorists to check the condition of their
tyres ahead of the May half‐term.
The Emergency Fleet Exhibition, organised by the National Association of Police Fleet Managers (NAPFM), returns to Telford next month.
Members of breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist are urging the government to reverse the decline in traffic police numbers.
Signs that can detect the use of a mobile phone in a vehicle are to be rolled out in Norfolk, following a successful trial.
The Metropolitan Police has created a new, single police command created to further improve the safety and security of London’s roads, bus network and other surface transport services.
The Woodall Nicholson Group, based in Westhoughton, Bolton UK, has acquired the intellectual property and manufacturing assets of Auto Electrical Services.
Car crime is "on the verge of being decriminalised" because forces have "almost given up", according to an HM Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) investigation of police forces in England and Wales.
Detectives investigating the awarding of a number of Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) vehicle contracts have arrested a 54-year-old member of police staff in County Antrim, according to reports.
Technology enabled West Yorkshire Police to boost utilisation and cut fuel and accident costs, head of transport Steve Thompson tells Stephen Briers
Police fleets have awarded a two-year extension to parts recycling company My Green Fleet, part of the FAB Recycling Group, after saving £2 million since the scheme’s launch in 2010.
Law-abiding motorists frustrated by the lack of police presence on Britain’s roads now believe there is little chance of law-breakers being caught and prosecuted.
Police forces across the country are considering deploying advanced telematics systems in an effort to drive down costs.
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