Law & Legislation

WLTP & RDE: What are they? And what do...

Aug 21, 2019No Comments

Managing a fleet is by no means easy, especially when it’s just a small part of your business operation. Add to this the fact that

Crushwatch enables cars worth £672 million...

Aug 19, 2019No Comments

More than £672 million worth of uninsured UK vehicles have been saved from potentially being crushed in the last decade including Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Bentleys and

Wales adopts new mobile camera strategy

Aug 19, 2019No Comments

Drivers in Wales are being told to expect to see mobile cameras across a larger section of the country’s road network. The cameras, which can

8 in 10 UK airports increased pick-up and d...

Aug 19, 2019No Comments

Three-quarters of UK airports have increased pick-up charges and more than a third have put up their drop-off fees for drivers in 2019. With the holiday season in

Video: one ‘boy-racer’, £500,000 of da...

Aug 19, 2019No Comments

A London council wants to use new noise detection cameras to help catch nuisance motorists as they race through busy neighbourhoods. Kensington and Chelsea Council has put

How hanging an air freshener or fluffy dice...

Aug 15, 2019No Comments

An air freshener hanging from your rear-view mirror could be enough to land you with a £1,000 fine and 3 points on your licence, police

M1 safety week reduces collisions by a thir...

Aug 15, 2019No Comments

A week of action to improve safety on the M1 helped to reduce collisions by almost a third. The number of incidents during the Highways

Could mobile phones be banned in the car?

Aug 13, 20191 Comment

Following this morning’s Commons Transport Select Committee’s report, MPs will consider the total ban on drivers using their phones whether they are hand-held or hands-free.

75% of all EU traffic prosecutions are from...

Aug 13, 2019No Comments

It’s official…  Police in France prosecute more British drivers than any other country! The UK signed up to a scheme in 2017, which allows authorities

Mobile phone law ‘insufficient and cu...

Aug 12, 2019No Comments

The Government is being urged to update the wording of its law on the use of mobile phones while driving. Current legislation, introduced in 2003,

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