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October 2020 News

Week-long crackdown on uninsured drivers

All 43 UK police forces are this week engaging in a national effort to help reduce uninsured driving levels. ‘Operation Drive Insured’ is a week-long campaign developed by MIB (Motor […]

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Government ‘not taking forward’ work on GDL

The Government has once again distanced itself from the introduction of graduated driver licensing. GDL is a scheme which places restrictions on new drivers, such as not being able to […]

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Insurers warn against self-driving cars on motorways

Plans for cars to drive themselves on UK motorways as soon as 2021 are unlikely to go ahead after insurers warned government proposals were risking lives and “hugely wrong”, according […]

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Drivers to be banned from holding phones under tightened rules

It will soon be illegal for anyone to pick up and use a mobile phone while driving, under revised legislation due to be introduced next year. The change will end […]

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FirstCar launches new app for learners

FirstCar has launched a new app to help learner drivers pass their practical test at the first time of asking by avoiding easily preventable mistakes. Driving Test Wiz is available […]

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Stay alert, but don’t veer for deer, warns safety group

Road safety organisation GEM Motoring Assist is urging drivers to take extra care in areas where deer are common. The rutting (or breeding) season means deer are more mobile than […]

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New assisted driver safety grading system launched

A new grading system has been launched to help drivers better understand autonomous emergency driving and other assisted driving features on modern cars. The ‘first-of-its-kind’ system has been launched by […]

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DfT confirms 2019 casualty statistics

Evidence points towards Britain being in a period when the numbers of road fatalities are ‘broadly stable’, the Government has conceded. The final estimates for 2019, published by the DfT […]

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Need for ‘fundamental shift’ in attitudes towards speeding: IAM

IAM RoadSmart has renewed its call for speeding to become as socially unacceptable as drink and drug driving. The road safety charity has published ‘worrying new analysis’ that indicates excessive […]

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