In the past four years, there have been 5,181 repeat drink-drive offenders, including one driver who was caught six times in the same period.
GoSafe, the Welsh Road Casualty reduction partnership, has reiterated its approach that its speed cameras and enforcement vans are not placed to catch motorists out, but to improve road safety.
Police have caught scores of dangerous drivers on the M1 using Highways England’s unmarked HGV ‘supercabs’ in a week-long operation.
The Government is being urged to consider banning the use of hands-free mobile phones while driving, by a group of MPs.
An assistant chief constable has escaped a driving ban after colliding with an oncoming car while trying to make a hands-free phone call to her husband.
What Car? research shows some of the latest models with keyless entry can be broken into in just seconds.
More than 2.7 million drivers have had a collision or veered off the road in the past two years because they were distracted by their mobile phone, research by Kwik Fit has found.
The effectiveness of legislation governing use of handheld mobile phone while driving has been questioned by the High Court.
Almost 1,800 people died on the UK’s roads last year according to figures released today by the Department for Transport - similar to the level seen since 2012.
Driving for Better Business has reiterated the need for business drivers to carry out thorough vehicle checks and leave more time for journeys over the summer months.
New guidance for fleets on driver fatigue has been published by the Global Fleet Champions (GFC) campaign.
Graduated driver licences part of safety measures being considered by DfT
Newly-released driving licence data shows that 80,855 driving licences have nine points – three away from a totting-up ban if incurred within three years.
Lightfoot has launched a new company car and grey fleet driver behaviour product aimed at improving the safety of employees without invading their privacy.
Teletrac Navman has secured a new deal with Lister Wilder to help the company manage the efficiency and safety of its fleet of nearly 100 vehicles.
Company car drivers amongst those affected by Government review as part of its Road Safety Action Plan.
Fleet drivers taking their company cars to France this summer should be aware of new cameras that can spot speeding and tailgating.
One in six at-work drivers says they have been involved in an accident when taking a call from a colleague, new research suggests.
Fleet decision-makers should ensure they treat contract workers with company cars the same as their full time counterparts to ensure they meet duty of care requirements, says Meridian.
Kia has introduced a Faraday case for customers that purchase a new or used Kia model with a keyless entry system.
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