The president of the AA says more action needs to be taken to ensure fuel prices are not inflated in certain areas of the country.
Some 93 per cent of drivers say it is hard to see people on bicycles, according to the AA, which has launched a new campaign to raise awareness of cyclists among other road users.
Low petrol prices are easing the pressure on drivers faced with a real-terms dip in earnings, according to new research.
Most motorists believe drivers who cause deaths on the roads should be jailed for a minimum of five years.
Around half of the white line road markings on major highways in England need replacing as quickly as possible.
People are travelling further to get to work but the number of commuters is falling as more staff work from home, according to official figures.
The practicality of 'estate' style cars makes them a poor choice for people going on first dates, according to new research.
Motorists should be offered government cash incentives to buy cars with anti-crash technology, insurance sector researchers are recommending.
Motorists should expect fuel prices to rise because of the crisis in Ukraine, the RAC warns.
The worst-hit regions in the recent floods are to benefit from a share of £140 million of extra government aid to help repair roads damaged in England's wettest-ever winter.
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