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Prediction of ultimate loss ratio of single risk will revolutionise motor pricing
•Drivers 11 x more likely to have an accident on 40 mph road than 70 mph road
•Fault claims most frequent between 3am and 5.59am on a Saturday morning
Wunelli are Marking their fifth year in business and the main source of driving information for insurance companies has revealed some interesting data. Through the detailed analysis of
Formula 1 racing has introduced the most radical changes ever for the new season ahead. But what are those changes exactly – and why have they been introduced?
Well the second part is easy to answer. F1 has finally decided to make its cars a lot greener. Whilst F1 technology generally leads where mainstream on-the-road manufacture follows, it has been rather slow to introduce green tech to
BCA highlights the financial pain of smoking in cars as Labour launches bid to ban smoking in vehicles
A new Labour plan to ban smoking in all cars that have children in them will be voted on soon the House of Lords. Prior to the vote however a new study from the British Car Auctions (BCA) proves that smoking in the car can do more than just
The year 1998 saw the introduction of the two part driving licence. Since its inception, people have had to give a passport type photo to the DVLA. The photo is mounted on the licence’s pink plastic card element. However, the photo card is to expire in 10 years, something that many people don’t know.
This means the photo will be expired but your entitlement to drive will
Wake Up To Dangers Of Tired Driving, Male Drivers Urged
Men who drive regularly are being urged to consider the very real need for a good sleep, and if they are driving a long distance ton also take rest breaks. New research published by Brake and Direct Line shows that a pretty incredible 45% of male drivers admit that they can suffer from ‘head-nodding’ while at
According to the figures in DVLA, drivers who live in one of the postcodes where the rich and poweful live in the Greater Manchester form some of the worst drivers throughout the country. For instance, one out of every seven motorists bearing the M50 postal address, which is the area around Salford Quays and MediaCityUK has received several penalty points for various driving offences.
Out of the
When It Is Safe To Drive The Morning After Drinking, Most Drivers Do Not Know
An astounding 56% of drivers are not aware of when it becomes safe for them to drive again the morning after drinking according to a survey conducted by the Automobile Association that included 21,000 people. In addition, police figures from the ACPO reveal that in 2011 more people actually failed their
Lower Thames Crossing, one option ruled out
Patrick McLoughlin the Transport Secretary has announced that the Government will drop one of the three options for a Lower Thames crossing and will continue work on the other two options.
The original proposals for a new crossing in the Lower Thames included:
• Option A at the site of the existing A282 Dartford-Thurrock crossing;
• Option B which would connect the A2 Swanscombe
Parents are being told they need to have their children’s car seats double checked by experts after it was found that over half of car seats tested as part of a safety campaign were incorrectly installed.
The Scottish Good Egg Guide to In-Car Child Safety asked parents to have their car seats checked inside of their vehicles at multiple events in Scotland over three
Car owners are no longer required to get their car insurance policies looked at by the DVLA when having their vehicle taxed. This change was introduced by the DVLA to eliminate unnecessary red tape. However, this does not mean that motorists do not need car insurance, as this will remain a legal requirement but rather this means that the DVLA will not have to get proof