Law & Legislation

Volvo Car UK offers free online Fleet Tax G...

Jun 18, 2019No Comments

Volvo Car UK is encouraging fleet managers to conquer uncertainty around company car tax and legislation by using its free Fleet Tax Guide for the

Debate continues over pavement parking ban

Jun 17, 20191 Comment

IAM RoadSmart has come out in opposition of a blanket ban on pavement parking, suggesting it could leave thousands without a parking space. The idea

Drug drive arrests outnumber drink drive of...

Jun 10, 2019No Comments

Drink and drug driving are once again under the microscope, with police forces across England stepping up efforts to detect offenders. Traditionally, enforcement increases over

Majority of drivers will avoid EU speed lim...

Jun 06, 2019No Comments

In March, the European Commission provisionally agreed a plan to make speed limiters mandatory for all vehicles sold in Europe from 2022. Regardless of withdrawal,

Scorpion Automotive hold vehicle crime trai...

Jun 06, 2019No Comments

Scorpion Automotive have welcomed a group of Police Designing Out Crime Officers (DOCO’s) to their headquarters and production site in Chorley, Lancashire. The purpose of

Motorists call for tougher penalties for dr...

Jun 06, 2019No Comments

Almost 90 per cent of motorists would like to see tougher penalties handed out to other drivers caught using their phone while behind the wheel

Insurers and car owners must forge an allia...

Jun 03, 2019No Comments

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) latest figures reveal that its members paid out £108million in stolen vehicle claims in quarter one of 2019 –

Scotland’s default 20mph limit rejected b...

Jun 03, 2019No Comments

A committee of MSPs has rejected a Bill to make 20mph the default speed limit across Scotland, saying a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach would not give local

10 driving offences you didn’t know were ...

Jun 03, 2019No Comments

Many driving offences are clearly defined. If you drive at a speed faster than the limit on a particular road, you’re breaking the law. If

More drivers could be fined as MPs look to ...

Jun 03, 2019No Comments

UK councils should be given stronger powers to catch drivers committing traffic offences, according to MPs. In a recent report, the Transport Committee said stretched

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