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Motorists' insurance bills expected to rise too
The NHS is facing an extra £1 billion-a-year cost for medical negligence under controversial plans drafted by Justice Secretary
You sometimes even cycled somewhere just for pleasure (remember that word 'pleasure', it's important). You'd enjoy the sheer pleasure of cycling through the countryside - unhindered, free, at one with nature...the wind in your hair, the smell of manure in your nostrils...well, you get the idea. But not anymore.
There is also no requirement for cyclists to be registered anywhere in the same way that motorists have to register with the DVLA, so there is no way of really knowing if after a collision with a cyclist they really are who they say they are, unlike a motorist whose registration number would provide a lot of details even if they didn't.
Rarely a day goes by where I don't end up in a car park that looks like the scene from a disaster movie, where vehicles have been left abandoned. All it would need is for a few to still have doors open to round off the illusion that they were deserted by those attempting to flee the terror that was destroying the city behind them.
Motorists heading up the M1 the wrong way have been branded "ridiculous" by police after CCTV caught drivers going to extraordinary
After almost a century, the little paper disc will be abolished, because the DVLA now has new and improved digital methods of keeping tabs on you and whether or not you've paid. The excuse that your new tax disc is in the post will no longer cut the mustard...
On 1 October 2014, after 93 years, the tax disc will be abolished in favour of a digital system, aka the DVLA's electronic database. You might well ask what took them so long (if you're not asking them why we have to wait another eight months for this to kick in)?
A motorist who tweeted about "bloody cyclists" on Twitter hours after knocking a cyclist off his bike has been found guilty
Eric Pickles has hit out at councils over the “anti-car dogma” that he warns is contributing to the death of Britain’s traditional
Motorists in remote areas could pay less for petrol and diesel under Government proposals to extend the island fuel rebate
Parking charges made councils a £565m profit last year, according to the RAC foundation. The surplus was up from the previous
There is a widespread sense of injustice about the price we're paying for our fuel. Each increase is met with outrage and often organised opposition, while a furore greets any energy company announcing profits.
Drivers who have admitted driving whilst drunk has almost doubled since 2009, according to newly released police data. Greater
The pothole problem on Britain's roads is reaching crisis point, highway bosses warned today. If there were further cuts
Toyota has had its knuckles rapped by the advertising watchdog after an online advertisement showed an animated man driving
Cars should be made to go slower and more space on roads given over to cyclists, a transport planning expert has said. Britain
Know what, folks? There's very little we like more in life than stumbling across a dancing police officer. And there seem
Half of UK motorists want volume controls enforced on in-car music to stop it being a driving distraction, according to a
TFL have made it clear that only official Games vehicles carrying athletes, staff and delegates will be allowed to use the roads. But with just 10 days until the opening ceremony, many of the roads affected by the Olympic routes have been left with unclear and confusing signposting for the public to decipher.