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Why go through the task of filtering the news you’re really interested in, when a blog can do it for you! If you’re interested in motoring news, then take a journey to Roadweb, for all the news, views, and advice you’ll need. Cyclists, drivers, and learner drivers are all catered for here, where you’ll find posts on anything from classic cars to driving abroad. Legal eagles

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6 steps to avoiding the breakdown blues

According to the top two breakdown services in the UK, 1 in 5 of us will call them out this year – that’s 6 million stranded drivers just from these two membership services alone, so the actual number of breakdownees in need of a vehicle recovery service will be much higher. If you want to reduce your risk of joining them at the roadside then, we

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In Lead Up To Christmas 1Driver Helps Motorists Pass Hazard Perception Tests


Christmas is just around the corner and young Brits across the nation are dreaming of unwrapping their very first car. In the lead up to December 25th, young drivers-to-be are flocking to theory test and practical exam centres in order to make sure they can start using their new wheels from the word go.  1Driver is helping them pass with flying colours thanks to its convenient

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Bespoke wall coverings feature amazing F1 and classic motorsport imagery

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Perfect for all petrolheads! Bring the race day excitement into your own home with Formula 1 or Classic Motorsport wall murals from

The Lancashire based firm has launched an exclusive range of murals, featuring iconic photography by multi-award winning photographer Darren Heath, who specialises in Formula One and the automotive industry and is known by successful teams and drivers worldwide.


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Bridgestone reveal a third of primary school parents witnessed near misses outside schools



Motorists are being urged to slow right down and look out when driving in communities after Bridgestone revealed that a third of primary school parents (35%) have witnessed near misses outside the school gates.

More than half (55%) of parents are also worried about their child’s safety near roads on the school run, as autumn arrives and the nights begin to draw in.

The world’s largest tyre manufacturer

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RoSPA Advises Your Child is not secure in their Booster Seat

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As your toddler gets older, the time will come when you need to take them out of their infant car seat and move them into a booster seat. Trouble is, the car was not designed with booster seats in mind, and on cornering and braking, seat belts tend to work loose, allowing the booster seat to tip and rock. RoSPA, the UK charity dedicated to accident

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Motorists Worry About Safety On The School Run

Over A Third See Children Getting Out Of Cars On The Roadside

New BCA research reveals the bad habits of the school run with 57% of motorists spotting illegal parking outside school gates

As the start of Autumn school term approaches, the latest research* from BCA, the leading vehicle remarketing company, reveals the pressures faced by parents – and other motorists – on school run routes. Both

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Germany Not Yet Ready For Electric Cars

While Germany is known to be a nation in love with cars, this love affair has yet to extend to electric cars. The nation is the most fuel efficient in Europe but may fall off the pace in this regard if it continues to lag behind the rest of the continent in terms of zero emissions transport.


The German Government is trying to bring in new initiatives

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New survey states more drivers should be trained to deal with the aftermath of crashes


Fifty per cent of people would like post-accident training
Thirty-nine per cent of people wrongly believe they can be traced by their mobile phone

Eighty-four per cent of people think more drivers should be trained in the skills needed to deal with the aftermath of a road traffic collision, according to a new survey from the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) and Driver First Assist (DFA).


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New Study on Mobile Phone Usage Whilst Driving Shows Male and Young Drivers Didn’t Get the Message


Parliament are considering doubling driving licence penalty points from 3 to 6 for using a mobile phone, following a recent announcement, a new survey of 1000 UK adults by paints a revealing picture of mobile phone usage while driving.

The question posed to individuals was ‘Have you held a mobile phone whilst driving in the last 30 days?’ A question specifically phrased so that only

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25th Anniversary Autosport International Tickets Now Available

Celebrating its 25th year, tickets are now on sale for Europe’s biggest motorsport show Autosport International, held at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham on 8-11 January 2015 * . During the past 25 years the show has played host to a fantastic array of international launches, from Formula One through to touring cars, rallying and karting.

Luminary attendees of shows over the past quarter of

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