The Coalition could raise another £1 billion to spend on fixing the roads of England and Wales, if it were to set aside an extra 2p a litre of the fuel duty it receives from the motoring public.
Perseverance has finally paid off for Britain's most persistent learner driver.
Two-thirds of the public would like to see restrictions placed on recently qualified young drivers, according to an RAC Foundation survey.
Motorists should beware of the White Van Man on their tail, according to a survey of thousands of accidents.
As many as 60% of motorists believe there are not enough police officers on the road to enforce driving laws, according to an RAC survey.
The government is to ban councils from using CCTV "spy cars" to retrospectively catch motorists who break parking rules, it has been announced.
Consumers who buy secondhand cars are at risk of inheriting debts taken out by the previous owner that could end up with their vehicle being seized.
A fourfold increase in the maximum fines available to magistrates is to be introduced - meaning motorway speeders could be forced to pay up to £10,000, and disorderly drunks £4,000, the government said.
Fewer young drivers and their passengers have been involved in fatal car collisions over the past four years, according to new figures.
The value of high-end second-hand cars has held relatively steady for a full year, while the worth of all other types of vehicle has gone down over the same period.
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