Road Safety

New speed limits 0

The speed limits on Britain’s roads haven’t changed but the guidelines have. What does that mean? Well if motorists are caught driving over the speed limits then the punishment rules come under a different framework. Police Forces who decide to sign up are indeed allowed to enforce their own limits but these new guidelines have(…)

Follow safe driving practices to avoid mishaps 0

Nearly all motorists on a daily basis are guilty of certain driving habits can potentially lead to crashes, near misses or even fatalities. Some of these bad driving habits are not even considered as mistakes by many drivers as it comes to them as their second nature. Adjusting all the side mirrors and rear view(…)

Do we really need an MOT every year? 0

It has very recently been announced that the government is pondering whether to extend the validity of the compulsory MOT Test. Under the new proposals the MOT Test would be done every two years rather than yearly, making the UK closer to the EU in regards to vehicle testing. This will certainly come as good(…)

Car Safety Technology 1

There are many new advanced technologies which have been implemented within cars to provide safety for drivers and passengers. These features are standard within most new cars and are being utilised effectively, preventing accidents, near misses and fatalities. Electronic Stability Control is built within all new vehicles. It’s a piece of technology that is used(…)

Dangers of potholes 1

Recently it was announced that councils are to get an extra £100m to sort out the hazardous potholes around Britain. At first this sounded like great news to many road users for obvious reasons. However it was discovered that billions of pounds are actually need to bring the roads up to an acceptable standard. This(…)

Check your tyres! 1

Have you ever been driving around for weeks not even realising that your tyre has literally no tread on it? Some drivers admit to never checking the tyre tread! It’s very important to check your tyres often to discover potential signs of wear and tear. Not only for your own safety, but UK Law specifies(…)