Drivers can pick up cringeworthy motoring habits that make other road users shake their heads and tut in disapproval. To help motorists avoid picking up these habits, guest blogger Randal Whitmore has decided to shed some light on the 10 types of drivers that nobody wants to be.
If you are a new driver, road safety is paramount. The consequences of a road traffic accident are very serious, whether you were at fault or not.
Tyre blowouts are a much rarer occurrence than they ever used to be, thanks largely to the improved design and quality of modern tyres. When they do occur, however, they can be extremely dangerous and scary, especially when you are doing seventy miles per hour on a busy motorway.
A look at seven of the worst dangerous driving habits and why you ought to quit them.
One of the biggest thing drivers find annoying on the road is tailgating. Here's advice on how to deal with it, from TheCarExpert.co.uk
Lots of Brits are heading off on road trips across the UK. Here is a ten-point guide for enjoyable and safe travel on your UK staycation.
How do you get the most out of a road trip? startrescue.co.uk have put together 7 golden rules for a successful driving holiday for TheCarExpert.co.uk
Driving abroad can leave you feeling intimidated and anxious. But as Doug Climenhaga explains, by taking some basic precautions, you'll be confident behind the wheel in no time when driving overseas.
With the high cost of fuel, many are feeling the pinch. However, there are changes you can make to your driving to help you save fuel.
What should you do after you have been involved in a minor car accident? Rens van der Windt provides advice on the actions you should take.