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.
You might consider yourself a moderate drinker but you could be underestimating how much alcohol you consume by up to 40 per cent, according to a new government study.
We secretly filmed an actor, pretending to be drunk, as he asked passersby to help him into his car? How many people do you think refused?
There are many festive driving traps to avoid, writes motoring journalist Maria McCarthy, whether it's morning-after drink-driving or nodding off at the wheel while driving cross country on the big day itself to see two sets of families.
What powers do the police have to stop motorists and what should you say if you feel you have been stopped unfairly? Motor lawyer Jeanette Miller explains all.
We take a look at the call for lower drink drive limits, the amount of drink drive offences in GB and whether people think punishments for convicted drunk drivers are harsh enough.
Planning to hit the road on your holidays this year? Depending on which European country you're driving in, the rules and regulations of the road can vary.
In recent months, changes by some car insurance providers over driving under the influence of drink and drugs have caused confusion, writes motoring lawyer Jeanette Miller.
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