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?
'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.
Well, it's that time of year again. From this weekend, the roads will be flooded with families trekking across the countryside and Heathrow Airport will start to resemble a war zone. Yes, we are all heading off to be with family and friends for Christmas.
Why is it that some countries, like the UK, drive on the left side of the road and others, like America, drive on the right? This article looks into the history of this road traffic rule and explores where the modern conventions originally came from.
If there’s one thing that’s drummed into us during our driving lives, it’s to follow the rules of the road. To the letter. But sometimes, they might not always make that much sense. Especially when driving abroad, where some regulations are pretty bizarre.
With everyone looking forward to visiting family and friends during the extended bank holiday weekends, we have put together a few tips for you to avoid falling foul of the dreaded driving blind spot mistake. A large number of accidents are caused by drivers simply failing to notice vehicles in their blind spots. Checking your mirrors while driving isn't enough, so keep in mind these tips from guest blogger Rae Ellis to avoid blind spot mistakes while driving.
This week, I had the opportunity to do something that many grown men would give an important part of their anatomy to do – be driven flat-out around a racetrack in a Lamborghini Aventador by the man who was, until recently, The Stig.