Some 47 per cent of Brits would report a drink driver to police and a quarter would shop a close relative or partner planning to drink and drive, finds a new study.
Government proposals to cut road accidents by imposing a night-time ban on young drivers have been delayed once again.
Around 10 per cent of Brits haven’t been locking their front door overnight or while away from home in the past year, new research shows.
Two police forces are promoting rewards of up to £1,000 for revellers who report suspected drink-drivers this Christmas. But is this the right approach?
The level of property crime in the UK has fallen by half since it peaked in the mid-1990s, but the belongings stolen today are more valuable.
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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?
Would a in-car or dashboard camera help you feel safer behind the wheel? More and more drivers are using them to help prove their innocence in road accidents, according to new research.
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.
Flooded roads can be a big problem at this time of year - but it appears some drivers are prepared to try and tackle them in a bid to get to their destination.
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