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.
Drivers at the beginning of the summer holiday getaway are being warned of weeks of delays on the roads.
The average British motorist has owned four cars in the past decade - replacing them as often as they do their mobile phones, according to a survey.
The price of petrol at the pumps has fallen as Middle East oil supply concerns diminish, AA figures show.
Drivers aged 18-24 claim breaking down on long car journeys is their biggest motoring fear, according to a new survey.
People are being asked for their views on a possible ban on smoking in cars that have children in them.
The penalty for using a mobile phone while driving could be doubled under proposals being examined by the Government as part of a safety drive, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin said.
The UK has been placed bottom in a table that ranks the reliability of cars.
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