tailgating

Tailgating

Highways England catches tailgaters on came...

Jan 11, 2021Comments off

Highways England is trialling the use of new cameras to clamp down on tailgating, an offence it says is a factor in around one in

tailgating

Tailgating road accidents halve in five yea...

Nov 26, 2020Comments off

The number of reported road accidents when tailgating another vehicle was a contributory factor has almost halved in just five years, according to analysis by

10,000 instances of tailgating spotted in j...

Nov 03, 2020Comments off

Almost 10,000 vehicles were caught tailgating in the first two weeks of new cameras being tested to clamp down on the offence. Highways England and police have joined forces

Van drivers cause 10 injuries a week from t...

May 21, 2019Comments off

Tailgating is one of the most common causes of van accidents on UK roads, causing 10 injuries a week, according to research by Volkswagen Commercial

‘Don’t be a Space Invader’ – stay s...

Feb 11, 2019Comments off

Stay safe, stay back – that is the message from professional racing driver and Hollywood stunt expert Ben Collins as he joins Highways England to

‘Don’t be a Space Invader’ – stay s...

Sep 17, 2018Comments off

Stay safe, stay back – that is the message from Highways England today (17 September 2018) as it reveals the extent – and impact –

How much do you know about stopping distanc...

Jun 14, 2018Comments off

In a recent survey of AA members, tailgating was voted the single most irritating driving habit.  More than a quarter of motorists asked, said other

Crackdown: Fine fees rocket by 65% as traff...

Aug 16, 2013Comments off

Law-breaking drivers now dealt £100 fixed penalty notices - but Brake insist figure should be £1,000

Reaction: Automotive industry associations ...

Jun 05, 2013Comments off

Brake, BIBA, FTA, IAM and RoSPA react to fixed penalty tickets and fine increases

Tailgaters and lane-hoggers face on-the-spo...

Jun 05, 2013Comments off

Changes will punish dangerous motorists, while fixed penalty levels rise to £100

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