The RAC saw a 20% upturn in pothole-related breakdowns in the last quarter of 2019, compared to the same period the year before.
Drivers are planning more than 31 million getaway trips by car before Christmas Eve bringing gridlock to UK roads, according to the RAC.
Data for the RAC Report on Motoring also revealed six-in-10 drivers (59%) think the distance between SOS areas, at up to 1.6 miles (2.5km) apart, is too great.
Growing resentment as poor state of roads do not reflect level of motoring taxes being paid, says RAC
Asda was the cheapest supermarket for both petrol and diesel in October, data from RAC Fuel Watch shows.
The Government says previous concerns over the impact an increase would have on pollution could need revisiting with a rise in electric vehicles (EVs).
72% of drivers say they want a crackdown on engine idling, with 44% saying fine drivers if they refuse to switch off, new RAC research suggests.
Diesel pump prices rose by one-third of a pence per litre across the UK last month, following fears that the refinery fires in Saudi Arabia would lead to increases.
A training course has been launched by Highways England to help the roadside recovery industry operate safely on smart motorways.
Although the average price of petrol and diesel on the UK’s forecourts fell slightly in August retailers failed give the entire discount in the wholesale price of unleaded to drivers, data from RAC has found.
Fleets are being warned that the August bank holiday traffic is expected to be at its busiest on Friday, with five million leisure trips planned.
The majority of UK airports have increased their short-term charges for picking up and dropping off passengers since last year, new research from RAC suggests.
New data from the RAC shows that both diesel and petrol prices increased during July as the pound lost 3% on the dollar.
In the last year there fewer pothole breakdowns have taken place than in Q2 2019.
Fleets have been told be prepared for ‘Frantic Friday’ this week as it will see a record number of vehicles on the road.
Euro Car Parts has signed a three-year telematics and driving monitoring deal with the RAC for its fleet of more than 3,000 vehicles.
But RAC says, despite petrol being 3p a litre cheaper and a litre of diesel falling by 5p, retailers could have gone further.
Drivers who ignore lane closures on motorways marked with a red ‘X’ will face a £100 fine and three penalty points.
Majority of drivers are calling for Government action on regulations covering vehicle headlights.
Technology advances mean vehicles are becoming more difficult to repair or recover. We report on what the RAC is doing to respond
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