Motorists have been urged to think about how getting caught drink-driving could affect the rest of their lives.
From gruesome crashes to images of twisted bones, many of us will have seen examples of the shock-tactic advertising used by road safety campaigners. But do these adverts work?
Experts are urging Christmas revellers to resist the temptation to get behind the wheel the morning after an alcohol-fuelled office party or night on the town.
The number of people killed on UK roads has fallen by 3 per cent, according to a new study by the Department for Transport.
Tackling the reasons why people drink and drive is the key to reducing the number of people who commit this offence, says motor lawyer Jeanette Miller.
More than a quarter of men say they have driven a car while over the legal alcohol limit, new research shows.
Motorists today think improving main roads is the best way to prevent accidents, according to new AA research. But this viewpoint has changed significantly since the study was first carried out 20 years ago.
With speeds topping 160mph on UK roads, we've put together an interactive map showing the top 20 speeding hotspots in the UK in 2012.
Exclusive research by Confused.com reveals the 10 most common motoring convictions – and how breaking the law can cost you hundreds of pounds when renewing your car insurance.
If you haven't taken drugs, passing a drug-driving test should be easy, right? Not necessarily, according to motoring lawyer Jeanette Miller, who says the current roadside drug-driving test is incredibly complicated.
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