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Motorists are backing calls to create segregated cycle routes on the UK’s single-carriageway A-roads, according to a survey of over 1,000 drivers.
The DVSA has announced that learner drivers will be able to take driving lessons on motorways in England, Scotland and Wales from June.
One in five drivers is still using their mobile at the wheel a year after tough new penalties were introduced, according to a new survey.
On average there are 4,809 towing incidents annually in the UK, which most commonly occur on motorways and major A-roads.
Breakdown service GEM Motoring Assist is urging motorists to take care as winter weather and plunging temperatures are predicted from this weekend.
Highways England plans to install additional emergency refuge areas at smart motorway locations where drivers are most likely to stop in live lanes.
The new driving test will come into force on 4 December. Will you be ready for the changes that are about to be deployed for learner drivers from the DVSA?
A new study has shown that 43% of drivers are still unaware of the new harsher penalties for drivers caught using their mobile phones at the wheel.
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As of today, drivers caught using their mobile phones on UK roads will be subject to much harsher penalties, meaning new drivers can face disqualification.