Jobs with the highest and lowest car insurance premiums revealed


The jobs with the highest and lowest car insurance premiums have been revealed by price comparison site MoneySuperMarket.
Only a quarter of people say they will drive on Christmas day

Only 25% say they will drive for Christmas


Only a quarter of people of are planning a journey by car during the Christmas period, according to a recent study.
Using headphones while cycling is safety risk, says charity

Using headphones while cycling is safety risk


The UK’s largest independent road safety charity has called for debate on the dangers of using headphones while cycling.
Highway Code revision could clarify rules on cycling two abreast

Highway Code could recommend cycling two abreast


Proposed changes to the highway code could see cyclists riding two by two rather than in single file in order to improve road safety.
New motorway speed limits have halved pollution in some areas of Wales

New speed limit halves Welsh motorway pollution


Lower speed limits introduced on high-pollution stretches of Welsh motorways have been successful in halving levels of harmful emissions.
Experts link £25m rise in statutory vehicle recovery to smart motorways

Drivers foot £25m bill for smart motorway recovery


A 33% rise in cars recovered under "statutory removal" powers over the last five years has been linked to smart motorways by experts.

Young drivers may face tough new restrictions


The Transport Committee has launched a consultation into restricting rules for new drivers that could restrict night driving and alcohol intake.
Spin policy chief says Britain could be a world centre for e-scooters

Milton Keynes e-scooter trial hits 10,000 rides


The e-scooter trial in Milton Keynes has hit 10,000 rides in its first month, according to the city's e-scooter provider, Spin.
Coventry e-scooter trial suspended after just five days

Coventry e-scooter trial suspended after five days


Coventry has become the first UK city to suspend its trials of e-scooters, after pedestrians complained that users were misusing the vehicles.
Is brain training the cure to car sickness?

Is brain training the cure for car sickness?


Researchers from the University of Warwick think they’ve found the cure to motion sickness, a condition that a third of people suffer from.
Almost half of under-25s think driving should be on the school curriculum

Four in five Brits support additional driving test


The majority of British motorists are in favour of second practical tests to help improve driving standards, according to a new survey.
Expect 10% rise in school run traffic next week, says AA

Expect 10% rise in school run traffic next week


Nerves over public transport and restrictions on car sharing may lead to jams
'Ugly' electric car charging points get a makeover from children thanks to SEAT and Curpra

'Ugly' charging points get makeover from kids


Almost a third of UK drivers think electric vehicle charging points are eyesores and nearly half don't want them installed on their own street.