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Revealed – a new car for five to 10-year-olds to learn in!


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8 Apr 2016

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A new fully working car has been designed for five to 10-year-olds to learn to drive in.

 

Young Driver – the UK’s biggest provider of driving lessons for 10 to 17-year-olds – have unveiled the new vehicle as part of their aim to teach youngsters to drive safely before they even reach the age of getting a licence....

5 tips for driving in the snow and ice


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19 Jan 2015

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With the white stuff on its way, expert advice states that you should avoid travelling wherever possible, but if you absolutely must go out in your car there are some things you can do to make your journey safer....

British women "too scared" to drive abroad, says survey


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27 May 2014

 

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British women are not at all keen on driving abroad, with nearly half saying they will never attempt it, according to a new study.

73% of UK women have never been behind the wheel overseas, with 47% ruling it out for ever – far higher than their male counterparts - the poll from TravelSupermarket found ...

Petrol price fall worth £5 a week


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4 Apr 2014

The average family is now a fiver a week better off than last year thanks to falling petrol prices, figures from supermarket Asda have shown.

Asda’s income tracker showed the average UK household had £169 a week of discretionary income left over in February, after paying essentials like rent and bills.

The extra £5 a week marks the fastest growth in family spending power since November 2012....

One in ten drivers think an MOT is optional, says survey


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12 Mar 2014

A staggering amount of UK drivers are unaware of basic motoring laws, with almost one in ten not realising an MOT certificate is a legal requirement, according to a new survey by Kwik Fit.

A further nine per cent of those asked didn’t realise car insurance was compulsory, whilst 10% had no idea that they required a valid tax disc.

The study showed worrying levels of ignorance from UK drivers, says Roger Griggs, director of communications at Kwik Fit: "This widespread confusion amongst motorists is alarming and raises real concerns over driver safety and compliance with the law."...