New drug drive limits mean police will no longer have to prove a suspect is unfit to drive, making convictions easier, writes motor lawyer Jeanette Miller.
Young drivers are fast and dangerous; older drivers are slow and cautious. Stereotypical maybe, but that's how drivers in other age groups view each other, finds new research.
From parking slightly too close to another car to balancing precariously on the edge of kerb, here are 12 very British parking fails.
Surprisingly, many motorbike riders and cycling groups are against mandatory helmets - but for quite different reasons. Chris Torney investigates.
New research shows 69% of people want a ban on pavement parking. Motoring journalist Maria McCarthy explains why she strongly supports a ban too.
Almost 80% of the public wants a stricter speed limit in residential areas and town centres. Campaigners say the government needs to act.
Drivers are set for more misery because councils in England and Wales are facing a huge shortfall in investment in road maintenance and repairs.
New research shows that only a minority of motorists relish their time behind the wheel these days. Where has the thrill of driving gone?
Campaigners say a £200m fund for pothole repairs announced by the Chancellor in his 2014 Budget is not enough. We look at the state of the nation's roads.
Motorists should be offered government cash incentives to buy cars with anti-crash technology, insurance sector researchers are recommending.
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