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29
Oct 15

Common Causes of Accidents and How to Avoid Them


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According to the latest recorded data, fewer people are killed as a result of road traffic accidents in the UK than any time since records began. However over 1,500 people are still predicted to lose their lives on British roads this year. We have therefore put together the most common causes of road traffic accidents, and some advice on how you can avoid them.

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22
Oct 15

The Dangers of Distracted Driving


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Whether it’s the kids in the back seat, the radio or the phone, drivers today have more distractions than ever before. And with less focus on the road, there are now more accidents due to distracted driving than ever previously recorded. As drivers, it is up to us to reverse this trend and get our focus back on the road – exactly where it should be.

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15
Oct 15

Preparing your Car for Winter


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The summer sun is hiding away and there is definitely a chill in the morning air, which means winter is on the way. Follow our tips on how to prepare your car for winter and make sure your car doesn’t feel the cold, even if you do.

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08
Oct 15

Proposed Changes Could Take the Driving Test in a Whole New Direction


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If you love seeing the latest clips on the internet of cars being driven into rivers by unfortunate drivers who depend far too much on sat navs, you will love the new changes proposed by the DVSA. Thanks to the ‘Motoring Revolution’ initiative launched by the Government earlier this year, the body is now looking at ways to bring the standard driving test up to date. And this, they say, is going to happen by making sure everyone can use a sat nav.

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01
Oct 15

Should Driving be Taught in School?


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Young Driver – an organisation that offers driving experiences for children aged 11 and over – has launched a petition to introduce both theoretical and practical driving knowledge into the school curriculum. Major driving institutions including the RAC are reportedly backing the campaign, but should driving really be taught in schools? Could pre-17 lessons be advantageous for youngsters?

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