Urgent need for pay-per-mile road pricing, MPs say


The UK must urgently introduce pay-per-mile road pricing to make up the £35bn budget shortfall created by the switch to electric cars, MPs say.
Learner drivers struggle to book tests amid backlog

More learners choosing automatic test


Learner drivers are increasingly choosing to take both driving lessons and their practical driving tests in cars with automatic gearboxes.
Driver caught using laser jammers to avoid speeding tickets

Half of speed cameras are broken


Half of all speed cameras in the UK are broken according to figures obtained by the BBC’s Panorama team.
Car Clinic: I've lost my locking wheel nut key — how can I change a flat tyre?

I've lost my locking wheel nut key


"The key to my locking wheel nut is missing; now I have a flat tyre and cannot change it. Any ideas?"
MOT

Drivers advised to book September MOT early


Owners of cars with an MOT due in September this year are being advised to quickly book an appointment to avoid missing out due to a major surge.
AA driving instructors suffering ‘anxiety and debt’ over franchise payments during lockdown

AA instructors rebel over coronavirus payments


AA driving instructors are threatening to cancel direct debits after after it insisted they would need to defer payments
What Brexit means for driving in Europe

Driving in Europe after Brexit: a guide


The UK has officially left the European Union. Here's everything you need to know about driving in Europe after Brexit.
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
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The AA warns of back-to-school jams


Pop-up cycle lanes and wider pavements could cause ‘localised gridlock’ if parents chose to drive, warns the AA.
Are the AA and RAC breakdown services working during Covid-19 lockdown?

Are the RAC and AA working during lockdown?


Breakdown services tell us how their home and roadside breakdown assistance services have been affected during Covid-19.
Car thefts increased 9% last year

Car thefts increased by 9% last year


The number of car thefts rocketed by nearly 9% in 2018, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
AA says Learner drivers should have to prove they can spot pothole to pass test

The AA: Learners should be able to spot potholes


Learner drivers should have to prove they can spot and handle potholes to gain a licence, according to the AA.
Driver branded 'irresponsible' after boasts of 90mph average speed from John O'Groats to Lands End

'Irresponsible' driver boasts of road speed record


Many drivers put their licences at risk by speeding but few choose to boast about it in public, and even fewer would advertise a 'record' average