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MPs suggest hands-free phone ban for drivers

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A group of MPs has suggested that the government should consider a ban on hands-free phone use for motorists to improve road safety.

Carrie Tennick, August 13, 2019

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Why are young people more at risk of car accidents?

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We all know that younger drivers are more at risk of car accidents than older motorists. But why?

Carrie Tennick, August 09, 2019

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National Road Victim Month 2019 kicks off

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National Road Victim Month 2019 has begun, giving us the chance to remember those that have been injured or killed on our roads.

Carrie Tennick, August 01, 2019

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How we get around: Annual travel survey results out

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We are making fewer trips on a day-to-day basis than we did a decade ago – and significantly fewer than in 2002.

Carrie Tennick, July 31, 2019

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Motorists urged to check their vehicles to keep roads safe

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Highways England has called on motorists to make 19 July ‘Check Your Vehicle Day’ to avoid breaking down on their way to their summer holiday destinations.

Carrie Tennick, July 15, 2019

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Action Mesothelioma Day 2019 takes place on 5 July

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Action Mesothelioma Day takes place on 5 July to raise awareness of the disease.

Carrie Tennick, July 04, 2019

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Majority of drivers do not stick to 20mph limit, research finds

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A study by the Department for Transport has found that 87% of drivers do not stick to the speed limit in 20mph zones.

Alice Sanderson, June 27, 2019

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Drivers could be directed by temperature of steering wheel

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Technology currently being tested by Jaguar Land Rover could see steering wheels that heat up or cool down to help drivers turn left or right when visibility is poor.

Alice Sanderson, May 30, 2019

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Drink-drive limit will not be lowered in the rest of UK following unsuccessful experiment in Scotland

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Ministers have rejected calls to lower the drink-drive limit in England and Wales after statistics showed that road casualties have risen in Scotland since tougher limits were introduced there.

Alice Sanderson, May 15, 2019

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