Category: Learner Drivers

Hundreds of drug drivers snared by police roadside test campaign, police reveal

Posted on 01/27/16 by David Barrett

Nearly 50 per cent of tests led to motorists being arrested for being high on cannabis, cocaine and other drugs at the wheel

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New popularity of caravan holidays drives sharp surge in crime, police warn

Posted on 01/27/16 by David Barrett

Theft of caravans rocketed 20 per cent last year as growing numbers of Britons holiday at home

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Motor insurers form alliance to tackle driverless cars

Posted on 01/18/16 by James Titcomb

Britain’s biggest motor insurers have joined forces to respond to the rise of driverless cars, as the technology threatens to turn their industry upside down and hit profits

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Car insurance costs surge after three years of falling prices

Posted on 01/14/16 by Olivia Rudgard

Older motorists bear the brunt of highest prices in almost two years

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Qatar car dealer honoured by the Queen

Posted on 01/05/16 by Elizabeth Roberts

If you’re an expat in Doha, chances are you bought your wheels from Tony Porter – getting a warm welcome and helpful advice to boot. Now he’s been awarded a British Empire Medal

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‘Pinch and park’: Car thieves’ new tactic to avoid being snared by tracking devices

Posted on 01/04/16 by David Barrett

Home Office report says criminals are stealing cars and leaving them in a safe place for several days in case police are watching GPS-tracking data

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Family’s sneaky parking routine to secure space exposed

Posted on 12/21/15 by Telegraph video

Two cheating drivers use what looks like a well-rehearsed parking routine to muscle a motorist out of a space he has been waiting for for half an hour

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Learners to be allowed to drive on motorways

Posted on 12/21/15 by Peter Dominiczak

New move part of Government road safety initiative

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Drivers caught using mobile phones face £150 fines

Posted on 12/20/15 by Tim Ross

Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin plans to hit drivers who flout the law with higher fines, rising from £100 to £150, and more penalty points on their licences

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Gadget to stop drivers nodding off at the wheel could become compulsory

Posted on 12/13/15 by David Barrett

Cameras which monitor whether a motorist is falling asleep – or using a mobile phone – could be included in new European regulations

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