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Jan 19

Is it Still a Good Idea to Buy Diesel Vehicles?


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The United Kingdom’s love affair with diesel vehicles appears to be on the wane, and new car sales figures from 2018 reveal that public trust in the industry has also collapsed, with a 30 percent fall in the registrations of such vehicles.

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Dec 18

Autonomous Vehicle Insurance to be Introduced


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The British Government will make a number of legislative changes in order to include autonomous vehicles within legislation pertaining to insurance, it has been announced.

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Nov 18

How to Challenge Speeding Fines


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People who receive the much feared “notice of intended prosecution” through the door over a speeding offence, or who are actually stopped for speeding during the act, tend to rail at the unfairness of it all. However, regardless of what circumstances may have prompted the action, speeding is speeding and the best thing to do when caught is admit it and pay up, as there is no real excuse for breaking the law.

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Sep 18

New Eye Test for Drivers: What You Must Know


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Police in the United Kingdom have launched a crackdown on road users who have defective vision, which will mean that any driver who is unable to pass a roadside eye test will have their driving licence taken away from them immediately.

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Aug 18

Will Autonomous Vehicles be the End for the Driving Test?


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The driving test could become a thing of the past because of self-driving cars within the next couple of decades, some industry experts believe.

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Feb 18

Is Britain Ready for Autonomous Vehicles?


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The electric and autonomous vehicle revolution is well on its way, but Great Britain could miss out as the country may simply not be prepared for the event, because of both of the limitations of the National Grid and a dearth of charging bays throughout the nation. Amanda Blanc, the UK head of insurance company Axa, says that the two issues have now superseded worries about accident liabilities as by far the largest barriers to autonomous vehicles becoming part of the mainstream in the United Kingdom.

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Nov 17

Career Options for People who Love Driving


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People who love to drive can often make a career out of that interest, and there are a number of different kinds of jobs involving driving that can take them all over the country. Driving jobs can suit different types of people too, including those who enjoy meeting others, and those who would prefer a more solitary kind of career. However, unless you intend to drive racing cars on a track, or farm vehicles on private land you often will need to begin any new career by obtaining a learner license, getting your P plates, and finally your full licence.

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Oct 17

How you Describe your Job Affects your Car Insurance


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One of the many different factors that are taken into account by insurance providers while working out the cost of your car insurance is your occupation. The fact is that even the manner in which you describe the job that you do can actually have a massive impact on the amount of car insurance you will end up having to pay for.

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Oct 17

10,000 UK Drivers with More Than 12 Points


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Over ten thousand motorists in the United Kingdom are still allowed to drive in spite of having twelve or more driving licence penalty points. A BBC News analyst has demonstrated that the greatest number of still valid licences that had at least a dozen points was held by motorists that live in the north of England. That people who have such a large number of points on their driving licence are still being allowed on British roads makes a joke of the entire system, according to a number of road charities.

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Sep 17

Driving Test Cheats Face Prison Time


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A man who cheated on his driving test has been sent to prison for six months. He was made an example of in order to act as a deterrent to others who may be tempted to make use of what has been described as an “industry” of frauds who are willing to take the theory exam in their stead.

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