We asked Confused.com customers which bad driving habits bug you - and you responded in your thousands, with tailgating and failing to indicate topping the list.
Perseverance has finally paid off for Britain's most persistent learner driver.
Do you remember your first time? We follow 32-year-old Gareth as he learns to drive. Here, he meets his instructor from AA driving school and takes to the road for the first time.
From feeling left out while your friends pass their tests to finally throwing off the L plates yourself. Here are the emotions we all experienced when learning to drive.
Government proposals to cut road accidents by imposing a night-time ban on young drivers have been delayed once again.
Does the thought of parallel parking leave you cold? Do you avoid reversing into a space? Some 41 per cent of drivers say they are not good at parking. Are you?
Motorists aged between 51 and 55 have the highest number of attempted driving tests with more than 40 per cent more tries than 17-year-olds, government figures show.
As the British winter draws nearer drivers are being advised to take care on wet roads. Here are our top tips for driving safely in the rain.
Forget fines for middle-lane-hogging and tailgating: the only way to get rid of bad driving habits is compulsory motorway lessons, argues Chris Torney.
Do we need a law change to protect cyclists? A group called Cycle Law Scotland is campaigning for just that. Motorist and cyclist Chris Torney takes a closer look.
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