Driving

What are the big issues facing drivers today? The Car Expert provides some fantastic driving advice.

Putting the brakes on road rage

More than 80 per cent of drivers on UK roads claim to have been the victims of a road rage incident. So what can be done about it?

Could you pass your driving theory test today?

Can someone who has been driving for 5 years or more pass their theory test today? It's a question that has been doing the rounds on the internet over the last few weeks.

How high do you rank on the road rage scale?

You can now gauge your rage and compare it with your fellow motorists in the Jennings Road Rage Ranker. Are you calm or crazy? (sponsored post)

Ultimate student guide to driving

Learning to drive can sometimes be confusing and daunting, which is where this guide comes in. It covers everything from applying for your provisional licence to buying your first car.

Mobile phones and driving: is the law doing enough?

Over half a million UK motorists use their phone while driving. Stats reveal that in 2013 mobile phones were a factor in 22% of fatal road accidents.

The cost of speeding around the world

Getting caught speeding usually results in a hefty fine or penalty, but the cost can vastly differ around the world. This infographic explores the cost of speeding in different countries.

Learner drivers crash out of driving test

The Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has revealed that 415 learner drivers in the UK were involved in a road accident whilst taking their driving test last year (sponsored post).

Just how safe are UK drivers?

To highlight the dangers of unsafe driving behaviour in an increasingly crowded road system, this infographic has put together some pretty shocking statistics based on a survey of UK drivers.

Cyclists need to start taking some responsibility

There is howling from cycling lobbyists in London on a regular basis as yet another cyclist is killed in an accident with a heavy vehicle. It's time for the complaining to stop and action to be taken.

Potholes and politics

What does a new Conservative government mean for British motorists? Will we finally see a proper strategy to address the country's worsening pothole problem, or simply more empty promises like every other government in history?

Is better driver education the key to improving road safety?

Should the minimum driving age be raised, or is better driving education and training a better answer to improving road safety levels on our roads?

Five common driving offence myths that could cost you

'Getting out of' a driving offence is usually a myth, and not grounded in law, so don’t fall for any of these 5 common driving offence myths.

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