There was a 44% increase in number of potholes reported to councils in the past two years, says the RAC.
Worst congestion anticipated this Thursday and Friday as Highways England announces it will be lifting 200 miles of roadworks.
Nearly one in three would not try to talk a friend out of drink-driving, while four in 10 know someone who has driven over the drink-drive limit, says RAC research.
November sees the largest petrol price drop in four years as oil plummeted by 24% to $57 a barrel, reports the RAC.
In gloomy conditions, some drivers are not turning on their dipped lights or sidelights, mistakenly thinking they also have daytime running lights on at the rear.
Retailers should be cutting the price of petrol following in a fall in the cost of oil and a strengthening of the pound, says RAC
The RAC dealt with 14,220 breakdowns in the past year, where the likely cause was pothole damage – this represents 1.5% of all its call-outs during this period.
Drivers’ dependency on the car has jumped in the last year, according to the RAC's annual Report on Motoring.
Pump prices have gone up for eight of the past 12, new RAC Fuel Watch data reveals.
RAC Black Box has revealed that 62% of its customers believe telematics and driver score features make them safer drivers.
Highways England will lift and complete hundreds of miles of roadworks as more than 14 million cars take to UK roads over the August bank holiday weekend.
Six in 10 (63%) motorists tell RAC study roads in mainland Europe suffer from fewer queues and 56% said minor roads were less congested.
The EU is planning to update and improve current tyre labelling regulations to give fleets and consumers more information when purchasing tyres.
A new inquiry into the funding and governance of local roads in England has been launched by the Transport Committee.
More than half (59%) of drivers are unfamiliar with a range of new driving regulations introduced this year in France, a new RAC has found.
Think tank the Adam Smith Institute's call for the MOT to be either scrapped or the frequency of inspections reduced has been labelled a “recipe for disaster”.
The start of the summer school holidays is expected to generate more than 9 million additional journeys by car between Friday and Sunday.
RAC patrols dealt with more pothole-related breakdowns from April to June, than in any other second quarter since 2015.
Figures from the RAC show fleet decision-makers had some respite at the pumps in June, with the average price of diesel and petrol falling.
Four out of five motorists say average speed cameras are more effective than traditional cameras that catch speeding drivers in one location, says the RAC.
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