Greener E10 petrol could lead to higher pump prices


A green new fuel set to be introduced in September could cause drivers to pay more for their fuel, it has been warned. 
Research shows extent of lockdown speeding

Can you go for a drive during the lockdown?


Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out the UK's tentative departure from lockdown. What does that mean for driving?
Pothole backlog forces four-month waiting times

Pothole backlog forces four-month waiting times


An increasing backlog of unrepaired potholes has meant that some have been left for up to four months before being filled, it has been reported.
Amazon's Rivian delivery vans roll out in L.A.

Amazon's Rivian delivery vans roll out in L.A.


Electric delivery vans made by American start-up Rivian have hit the road for online marketplace Amazon.
9 in 10 drivers affected by potholes last year

Nine in 10 drivers affected by potholes last year


Nearly nine in 10 drivers were affected by potholes last year, according to new research by road safety charity IAM RoadSmart.
EU flag removed from driving licences a year on from Brexit

EU flag removed from driving licences


The EU flag has been removed from new British driving licences and number plates to mark the first anniversary of Brexit.
Government told current drink-driving laws are

Drink-driving laws "no longer adequate"


A report funded by the Department for Transport has found that the drink-driving limit should be lowered by more than a third.
Smart motorway safety tech only installed on 37 miles of network

Safety tech only on 37 miles of smart motorway


A system designed to make smart motorways safer has only been installed on 37 miles of the network since it was announced in March 2020.
Coroner calls for review of smart motorways after M1 deaths

Coroner calls for review of smart motorways


A coroner has called for a review of smart motorways after two men died on a stretch of the M1 near Sheffield without a hard shoulder.
Road safety group

DVSA dismisses driving test petition


The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has told Driving.co.uk that allowing driving instructors to pass learners would "not be lawful".
Brits will escape some speeding fines in the EU due to Brexit

British drivers may escape EU speeding fines


British drivers may evade some speeding fines incurred in EU countries following Brexit, after a European Union directive requiring the cross-bor
JCB unveils machine that fixes potholes in 8 minutes

JCB unveils machine that fixes potholes in 8 mins


Construction equipment manufacturer JCB has revealed a machine that can fill in potholes in just eight minutes
Experts worry of inflated petrol prices over lockdown

Supermarkets accused of inflating petrol prices


Experts are worried that petrol retailers will overcharge drivers for petrol during the third coronavirus lockdown.