Ministers plan to give magistrates the power to impose huge financial penalties on drivers found guilty of common offences. Do these proposals go too far?
Fewer young drivers and their passengers have been involved in fatal car collisions over the past four years, according to new figures.
Convictions for motoring offences have slumped over the past 10 years. Are we better drivers, or is a lack of effective enforcement to blame?
A number of countries now offer female drivers dedicated parking spots. But do women really need this kind of 'help'? Maria McCarthy investigates.
Motorists are being urged to take a few simple precautions to protect themselves and others on foreign roads this summer.
Misunderstanding road traffic signs can land you in trouble with the law. And ignorance is no defence, as motor lawyer Jeanette Miller explains.
There are a number of factors magistrates use when deciding whether to be tough or lenient on motor offenders, as legal expert Jeanette Miller explains.
Motorway tailgating is a major worry for most motorists but many admit to doing it themselves, according to a survey.
Experts think it's just a matter of time before self-driving vehicles appear on our roads. Would you be happy if a computer was in charge of your car?
New figures show that claims for compensation for damage to vehicles caused by potholes have risen by a factor of 10 in parts of the UK.
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