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How to protect your pets on Bonfire Night

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Bonfire Night can be traumatic for cats and dogs. We show you how to protect your pets during this year's festivities.

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Road rage and the law

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Driving can be frustrating at times. But when could a display of road rage land motorists in trouble with the law? Lawyer Jeanette Miller takes a look.

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Protect your home this Halloween

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It's not only the living dead that you have to worry about on Halloween. Here are some simple ways to protect your home from opportunistic thieves.

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Do you know how to respond to a road accident?

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Thousands of lives could be saved if drivers were trained to deal with the aftermath of collisions. A new survey shows most of us are keen to help.

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'Increase green man traffic light time!'

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The green man traffic light gives pedestrians just 10 seconds to cross the average road! Maria McCarthy wants more time. Do you?

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Should pedestrians share blame for road accidents?

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New research suggests that many people take unnecessary risks when crossing the road – and it's not just children and young people who are responsible.

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Do you know your dipstick from your coolant?

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Millions of drivers don’t understand how to carry out basic but vital maintenance checks on their vehicles. This lack of knowledge could cost them dear.

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How to pass your MOT first time

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September is one of the most common times for motorists to get their MOT done, yet 40% of cars fail first time. Here’s how to pass with flying colours – with the added bonus of saving money too. 

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Blog: Is it right to shame bad parkers?

Badly parked Audi

Poor parking is increasingly likely to be photographed and highlighted online. But does shaming really encourage inconsiderate drivers to mend their ways?

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Are you a law breaker at the wheel?

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A new report from the Highways Agency shows many drivers don’t know when they can use the hard shoulder. We look at other grey areas of motoring law.

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