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Which Insurance Myth Do You Believe?

New research reveals that 9 in 10 drivers believe at least one of these myths!

Audi Unveil Its Latest Concept Model

The new Q4 e-tron Sportback concept is Audi’s latest electric variant that’s expected to go into production as an SUV coupé as early as 2021.

EVs To Get Green Number Plates

Drivers of eco-friendly vehicles will get green number plates, paving the way for incentive schemes encouraging drivers to make the switch to an electric vehicle.

Great News For Learner Drivers!

UK government gives the go ahead for driving lessons to restart from 4th July

M.O.T Extension Could See Over 1 Million Unroadworthy Vehicles Returning To The Roads

New data reveals over a million unsafe cars could return to the roads as lockdown begins to ease.

Is Drug-Driving Becoming An Increasing Problem?

New Government figures reveal offences in England and Wales increased by almost 20% last year.

More than 11,000 new drivers had their licences revoked in 2019

New figures reveal that 11,125 new drivers were stripped of their licence, with insurance-related offences causing almost half the bans.

Newcastle Number 1 City For Overturning PCNs.

New research reveals that motorists in Newcastle are most likely to successfully appeal parking tickets.

Good News As The Car Industry Begins To Restart Amidst The Coronavirus Pandemic.

Car production restarts in the UK after the government gives dealers the green light to sell and deliver cars remotely.

New E10 fuel set to be introduced in 2021.

Greener petrol set to go on sale at garages from next year in a bid to reduce the UK’s carbon footprint.

Parking On The Pavement A Thing Of The Past?

Government could soon introduce a ban on parking on pavements across the UK.

Will You Be Charged For Driving In Birmingham’s City Centre?

Birmingham city centre set to become a Clean Air Zone with reports suggesting it will come into operation during summer 2020.

The Safety Of Smart Motorways Under Review

Smart motorways come under fire once again after new data reveals an increase in the number of deaths and near-miss incidents.

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