‘Dutch Reach’ car door technique to be added to the Highway Code


The 'Dutch Reach' method, which forces drivers to be aware of traffic when they're opening a car door, will be added to the Highway Code.
Drivers reminded of dangers of loose objects after tablet computer kills toddler in crash

Tablet computer kills toddler in crash


Spanish police warned drivers not to carry loose objects in cars after the death of a three-year-old girl, who was struck in the face by a tablet
The Motor Awards 2018: Vote for the best Car Tech of the Year

Motor Awards: Vote for the best Car Tech


Voting is open in The Sunday Times Motor Awards 2018. Here is a rundown of the Car Tech of the Year contenders.
Drivers who fail on-the-spot eyesight tests to be banned NOT FINISHED

Drivers who fail eye test face ban


Motorists who fail on-the-spot eye tests will be immediately banned from driving, as part of a new initiative by three UK police forces.

How to drive like an SAS expert


The headlines are enough to make any driver nervous: Car theft involving acid leaves man in critical condition; Knife-wielding moped robbers...
Here are the real reasons four out of five drivers are distracted behind the wheel

Real reasons drivers distracted behind wheel


A survey has found most drivers are unfocused when driving — with a quarter of motorists admitting the distractions nearly caused a crash.
Should IndyCar adopt the Halo after this horrific crash?

Should IndyCar have a Halo after this crash?


A number of drivers have been injured in a terrifying crash during yesterday's IndyCar race at the Pocono Raceway in the USA.
Keep annual MOT test — but not for the reasons you think, says road safety expert

Opinion: Keep MOT — but not for reasons you think


A report from an independent think tank concluded that the MOT test is “outdated” and should be scrapped. We asked an expert what he thought.
DVLA encourages road users to regularly take the number plate eyesight test

Take number plate eyesight test, urges DVLA


The DVLA is encouraging more road users to regularly have their eyesight tested, as part of a new safety awareness campaign.
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.
Seatbelt scare for Volkswagen Polo and Seat Ibiza and Arona

VW Polo seatbelt may unbuckle while driving


One of Britain’s best-selling cars has a potentially dangerous fault with its rear seatbelt that leads it to unfasten unexpectedly, leaving a pas
America could save nearly 100 lives a year after reversing cameras made mandatory — will UK follow suit?

US makes backup cameras mandatory, UK to follow?


All new cars built for American drivers must now include a reversing camera as standard, which could herald the introduction of the same rule...
After Uber's fatal crash, will driverless cars ever become a reality?

Will driverless cars ever become a reality?


Nick Rufford looks at how pedestrian death involving a modified self-driving Volvo has slammed the brakes on the autonomous vehicle dream.
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