Tech that detects drivers using mobile phones rolled out in UK


New technology that can detect drivers who are using the mobile phones while behind the wheel is now being rolled out in the UK.
Insurers call for clampdown on salvaged car loopholes

Insurers call for salvaged car loophole clampdown


Insurers have called for the rules on written-off cars to be changed to prevent unsafe salvaged vehicles entering the used car market.

BMW, VW, Mercedes accused of emissions collusion


Three German car making giants worked together to hinder the introduction of emissions-reducing technology, a European Commission report alleges.
Jaguar Land Rover wins landmark copyright case in China

Land Rover wins case against Chinese copycats


Jaguar Land Rover has won a major court case, after judges in Beijing decreed a Chinese car maker had ripped-off one of its designs.
New regulations put an end to rogue parking fines

New regulations put an end to rogue parking fines


The days of extortionate parking fines on private land could be a thing of the past after a government clampdown on rogue car park owners.
Morris Minor owners most likely to drink drive

Drivers of these cars most likely to drink drive


The perpetually-inebriated characters of Withnail and I famously drove a Jaguar Mk2, but these are the cars most likely to be driven while drunk.
Autonomous cars could be allowed to break the speed limit

Autonomous cars could be allowed to speed


The Law Commission is investigating whether future laws should allow self-driving cars to break the speed limit under certain circumstances.
Optometrists call for mandatory eye tests for drives every 10 years

Call for mandatory eye tests for drivers


The Association of Optometrists has called for drivers to take mandatory eye tests every 10 years to ensure they're fit to return to the road.
Uber’s future in London is again in doubt after black cab drivers were granted a judicial review of the decision to award a new licence to the controversial taxi firm.

Black cab drivers stall Uber's licence renewal


Uber’s future in London is again in doubt after black cab drivers were granted a judicial review of the decision to award a new licence.

Drivers compensated £12,000 for speed bump damage


UK councils have paid out over £35,000 in compensation to motorists who have had their cars damaged by speed bumps, a new report has discovered.
Cycling equivalent to death by dangerous driving laws could be enacted

'Death by dangerous cycling' law proposed


A change to the law could see cyclists who kill by colliding with pedestrians convicted of "death by dangerous cycling".

Met Police only solved 3% of scooter crimes


The Met Police weren't able to solve 97% of crimes by scooter riders — despite the force increasing its capacity to tackle these incidents.
EU takes Britain to court over poor air quality 'from diesel emissions'

EU takes Britain to court over poor air quality


The UK is facing a multimillion-pound fine for breaching air quality limits after the European Commission referred it and five other nations to t