Motorists are not just frustrated by the lack of police presence on Britain's roads - they now believe there is little chance of law-breakers being caught and prosecuted.
Petrol price pressure on the purse strings of drivers has eased, according to figures from the AA.
Drivers of diesel vehicles who leave their engines running unnecessarily face being fined in one council area - and it is thought that other local authorities could soon follow suit.
Millions of pounds worth of unpaid parking fines have to be written off each year by councils unable to trace drivers of foreign vehicles.
Road users will be wary of the introduction of driverless cars, motoring groups have claimed.
Drivers of diesel cars could have to pay more in road tax or face additional levies to travel into city centres in an effort to tackle pollution, it is reported.
A road safety group has called on all political parties to make zero-tolerance on drink-driving a cornerstone of their general election campaigns next year.
Motorists are feeling the squeeze on parking - with rising charges and fewer and smaller spaces, according to the RAC.
Many British drivers will risk breakdowns and expensive repair bills when they drive in Europe on holiday this summer.
Instances of illegal stopping on motorway hard shoulders include people picking flowers, renewing their insurance and even trying to sell their car.
See all our handy apps
© Copyright 2008 - 2014 Confused.com. All rights reserved.
3rd Floor, Greyfriars House, Greyfriars Road,
Confused.com is a trading name of Inspop.com Limited and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority