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What counts as a home emergency?

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Now the cold weather has set in home insurance providers are standing by to promote home emergency cover. But what counts as an emergency?

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Blog: Police powers to stop & search motorists

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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.

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Top winter driving tips from the experts

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Darker nights, frosty mornings and icy roads can make driving in winter a challenge for even the most experienced motorist. So we asked top industry experts for their top winter driving tips.

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Who should teach children about road safety?

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From the Green Cross Code man to Tufty and Superted, road safety messages have always been memorable. But who should teach the current generation about road safety - parents, schools or government?  Read More…

Why it pays to check your tyres

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October is National Tyre Safety Month so what better time to make sure your wheels are in tip-top condition - vital for road safety and for protecting your licence.

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Would you get a guard dog to protect your home and family?

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For homeowners, keeping your property secure when you’re both in and out of the house is paramount, with many splashing out on hi-tech alarm systems. But would you ever consider getting a dog to protect your home?  Read More…

Drug use in the UK vs the US

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The Global Drug Survey polled people in both countries to find out what substances they had used in the past 12 months. We take an interactive look at the results.

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Blog: I was hit by an uninsured motorist

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Legal blogger Jeanette Miller looks at what happens if you're involved in a road accident with an uninsured or untraceable motorist. 

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Blog: Why are driving test pass rates higher in rural areas?

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Would you rather sit your driving test in the city or country? Pass rates suggest that location really does matter, says motoring journalist Maria McCarthy. 

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Over the limit: Drink driving in Great Britain

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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.

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