With speeds topping 160mph on UK roads, we've put together an interactive map showing the top 20 speeding hotspots in the UK in 2012.
The state of Britain's roads is deteriorating and increasing numbers of vehicles are suffering damage from hitting potholes, according to a new report.
Accidental damage and storm damage are the most common reasons for making a claim on buildings insurance policies, new research by Confused.com has found.
Exclusive research by Confused.com reveals the 10 most common motoring convictions – and how breaking the law can cost you hundreds of pounds when renewing your car insurance.
Accidental damage is the most common reason for making a claim on home contents insurance policies, new research by Confused.com has found.
Owners of Smart cars, BMWs, Bentleys and Maseratis are the most likely to be targeted by thieves and vandals, according to new research.
There's something about the pressure of a driving test which makes people do funny things, but it can’t be as bad as these real-life horror stories.
If you haven't taken drugs, passing a drug-driving test should be easy, right? Not necessarily, according to motoring lawyer Jeanette Miller, who says the current roadside drug-driving test is incredibly complicated.
Entrusting your child with their own house key is a rite of passage for most families, and some parents now give keys to children as young as nine. But before you get those keys cut, spare a thought for the security of your home.
Skiing holidays are very popular at this time of year as are the wipe-outs that go hand in hand with winter sports, which is why we've put together the best skiing and snowboarding fails on YouTube.
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