Has in-car technology such as sat navs, intergrated phones and touchscreens made you a better or worse driver? It seems motorists are split on the subject.
If the summer sun and Tour de France have inspired you to get on your bike make sure you have security and insurance in place to protect against theft.
Homeowners living in flood-affected areas will be able to buy cover for their homes in future after the government struck a new agreement with insurers.
When you get a flat tyre is your first reaction to roll up your sleeves and change the wheel yourself - or would you call a breakdown service or mechanic to do it for you?
What would make you give up your motorbike? For motoring writer Tim Barnes-Clay it was crashing, and becoming a dad. But he still misses life on two wheels.
A rise in the fine for driving without insurance from £200 to £300 won't work, say campaigners. Is the threat of jail a more effective deterrent?
Cancer research took another step towards finding a cure as scientists uncovered how the disease spreads through the body.
Consumers who judge the freshness of their food using the "sniff test" could be putting themselves in danger, a new survey shows.
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.
The government is to introduce new fines for anti-social driving behaviour such as tailgating and middle-lane hogging from August.
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