Electric cars could clog up our roads over next three decades, says study (updated)


The number of vehicles on British roads could grow by up to 51% over next three decades, according to the DfT.
Government reveals plans to spend £500k training instructors to teach cycling safety to learners

Government plans to spend £500k on cycle safety


The Department for Transport has unveiled plans to spend £500,000 training driving instructors to incorporate cycling safety into their lessons.
It will be legal to park your car by remote control on UK roads from June

Parking your car by remote control to be legal


New laws will allow drivers to use their car's key fob or smartphone app to remotely park their vehicle on British roads.
BMW ‘gave wrong facts’ on fatal electrical fault

BMW ‘gave wrong facts’ on fatal electrical fault


BMW broke the law by not telling the government safety agency about a fault in thousands of its cars that led to the death of a former Gurkha, th
Self-steering systems to shut down after one minute if drivers take hands off the wheel

Hands on the wheel: self-steering car rule change


The latest new cars in showrooms are a technology fan’s dream and are seen by the average driver as a way to make the process of driving less...
Cars without 50-mile electric range could be banned from 2040

Cars from 2040 to have 50-mile electric range


The government is said to be considering a ban of any petrol or diesel-powered hybrid car that is unable to travel 50 miles on battery power.
Red alert: pothole plague means 25,000 miles of road rated dangerous

Potholes mean 25,000 miles of road rated dangerous


Nearly 25,000 miles of Britain’s roads have been issued with a red alert, meaning they will become dangerous by the end of the year if repairs ar
Pointless road signs should be removed

Pointless road signs should be removed


Pointless road signs could be removed across the country after a government-commissioned report concluded that the vast majority of warnings were
Melanie Reid in praise of white-van man

Melanie Reid in praise of white-van man


There is fellowship, and then there is white-van-man fellowship. One of my happiest alter egos is out driving my Mercedes Sprinter, alone...
Fine mess: new £2500 penalty reduces roadwork delays

Fine mess: £2,500 penalty reduces roadwork delays


Plans to make utility companies and council contractors pay up to £2,500 a day to dig up roads at peak times are hoped to reduce congestion.
Sharp increase in drink-drive casualties

Sharp increase in drink-drive casualties


Ministers are under pressure to cut the drink-drive limit after figures showed that the number of people killed or injured in alcohol-related...
New drivers face night ban, second test after probationary period

New drivers face night ban


Young motorists could be banned from the road at night if plans for probationary driving licences are approved.
Britain may have hit ‘peak car’ as young driver numbers fall sharply

Britain may have hit ‘peak car'


Britain may have reached “peak car” after government-backed research showed that the number of teenagers holding a driving licence has plummeted.
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