The majority of drivers do not carry out basic checks on their car such as oil level and tyre condition as often as they should, RAC research suggests.
Britain’s big four supermarkets should cut at least another 2p a litre off petrol and diesel following further reductions in the wholesale cost of fuel.
An RAC poll suggests that 80% of drivers do not feel that Britain is prepared to cope with snowy conditions.
Provisional figures for 2016 show that between 200 and 280 people were killed in accidents where at least one driver was over the drink-drive limit.
The RAC is calling on supermarkets to cut the price of petrol and diesel by 3p a litre following a $5 fall in the price of a barrel of oil.
Petrol is now at its highest point since late November 2014 and diesel the highest since early December 2014.
Nearly a quarter of a million vehicles were broken into in 2016, according to data seen by RAC Insurance.
The price of a barrel of oil has gone above $70 for the first time in more than three years, potentially spelling misery for motorists throughout 2018.
The demonisation of diesel has led to large businesses debating a move away from the fuel type, according to new research from RAC Business.
RAC dubs Friday December 22 ‘Frantic Friday’ – the day when the last of the year’s commuter traffic clashes with people trying to see family and friends.
The investment, which has come through Diamond’s venture capitalist organisation Fernbrook Partners, follows the recent arrival of ex Glass’ man Rupert Pontin.
The RAC is calling on the Government to develop a website that allows every driver to check a vehicle’s Euro emission standard by entering the vehicle's reg.
The RAC has launched RAC Tyres: a 'click and fit' online service which offers a range of tyres from leading manufacturers.
Diesel rose for the fourth month in a row in October, going up 0.59p from 120.21p to 120.80p a litre, according to RAC Fuel Watch data.
Traffic has got worse on the UK’s major roads in the past year, according to more than half of motorists.
More than two-thirds of drivers support stronger action to reduce pollution from vehicles in areas with the poorest air quality, new RAC research suggests.
A new alliance has been formed by bringing together major European-road services assistance providers - RAC, Europ Assistance, Falck and VHD.
The RAC is calling on the Government to reduce the legal blood-alcohol limit in England and Wales after a majority of drivers back change back a change in the law.
New RAC research has found a hard-core of motorists still admit to flouting the law by habitually using their handheld phones while driving.
A coalition of road charities and organisations is urging Android, Microsoft and the GSMA (Groupe Spéciale Mobile Association) to include an 'opt out' driving mode as standard across mobile handsets.
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