Nearly two-thirds (64%) of drivers still expect to drive to offices or other places of work in the future after the Covid-19 pandemic is over, research by the RAC has found.
Fleet decision-makers and company car drivers should see pump prices fall in the next two weeks, according to new data from RAC.
Drivers want tougher sentences for those that cause death by dangerous driving, with two in five (40%) backing the ‘Violet-Grace Law’ amendment.
Almost a third (29%) of all drivers make and take calls on handheld mobile phones, new research from the RAC suggests.
But RAC data suggests increased traffic a result of the school-run rather than commuters travelling to work.
The drink-drive limit in England and Wales is being questioned after new data showed more than 23 people a day were killed or injured.
Operators and company car drivers told to expect a busier weekend on the roads over the August bank holiday weekend than last year.
The RAC has won a new three-year contract to provide specialist inspection services to auction business BCA.
London and Cardiff councils raise £58.2m from drivers committing moving traffic offences, with the same powers due to be rolled out to local authorities.
But public transport is still struggling to hit anyway near the passenger numbers it would typically expect, according to new data from the DfT.
Black may dominate overall, but white is the most popular choice for new cars registered, new DVLA data shows.
Retailers should be reducing their pump prices slightly in the next week or two, says RAC.
Vehicle thefts have risen to highest level in four years, as more than 150,000 cars, vans and motorcycles were reported as stolen in 2018-19.
The record fall in fuel prices seen during the coronavirus pandemic ended in June, with diesel up almost 3p per litre in the month.
Hundreds of thousands of vehicles due to be tested this summer could end up causing a backlog, the RAC has warned.
Mercedes-Benz Cars UK has extended its Roadside Assistance provision with the RAC and will now also look after the Smart road assistance programme.
Tesco, Morrisons and Asda – are all selling unleaded for around £1 per litre, while the cheapest diesel can be found for 104.7ppl at Asda and Morrisons.
New data from the RAC reveals some of the worst incidents of speeding caught by police forces across the country.
Two-thirds of drivers (68%) do not expect to use their car for leisure over the bank holiday weekend, new data from the RAC suggests.
A litre of petrol now costs less than £1 after three of the UK’s major supermarkets cut pump prices.
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