EU insurance rule ‘will destroy British motor sport’

EU insurance rule ‘will destroy UK motor sport'


Proposals that could require all vehicles to be insured even if they never leave private land would lead to the demise of motor sports...
Golf carts and dodgems need car insurance, says EU

Golf buggies and dodgems need insurance, says EU


Fairground dodgems and children’s ride-on cars may require motor insurance for the first time under EU laws that the government has to implement.
Phone use at the wheel goes unpunished

Life sentence proposed for killer drivers on phone


Plans to hit killer drivers with tougher jail sentences have been drawn up by the government, as it seeks to tackle the rapidly rising problem of
Car Clinic: I had an accident but the third party's insurance may be void due to undisclosed health problem. What can I do?

Car Clinic: A third party's insurance may be void


My car was hit by a driver who admits responsibility but says he “blacked out”. His insurer won’t pay and is checking for an undisclosed health...
My parking ticket lists the wrong car — is it still enforceable?

My parking ticket lists the wrong car — is it still...


My parking ticket (issued on private land when I thought it was free to park) lists the wrong model and number. The car is on film. Is the ticket...

Land Rover sues Chinese car maker over Range Rover...


The Chinese maker of the Landwind X7 has reportedly been served with "newly filed actions surrounding copyright and unfair competition" over the alleged...
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Can you drive a car without a valid MoT?


The MoT certificate on my wife’s car expired while we were away. How can I take it for its test when I can’t drive it without a valid certificate?
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None for the road: Drink drive limit may be lowered...


The drink-driving limit may be lowered in England and Wales to make it illegal to drive after one pint of beer or a glass of wine
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New consumer and driving laws come into force on October...


Drivers who buy a car that smokes like a furnace and turns out to be a dud will enjoy better consumer rights from next week
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Letters of the week, July 26


This week: Undertaking feedback, electric car grid impact, and how to be sure to avoid a speeding fine.
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News: Speed limiters may be made compulsory for new...


Devices that stop cars being driven above the speed limit could become compulsory on new vehicles, along with “black box” accident data recorders.
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My car was towed while my residents' parking permit...


Q. This year I renewed my residents’ parking permit online, calling to confirm the payment had been received. A week later the permit had still...