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Significant increase in demand for driver eyecare at work

Demand for driver eyecare at work has increased significantly, with Specsavers Corporate Eyecare announcing today that it has seen a threefold increase in the last 12 months. In 2014 the opticians launched eVouchers for drivers, which were immediately taken on board by employers, and their popularity has gone from strength to strength.

Requirements for eyesight and driving are quite particular, such as peripheral vision, and the ability

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Sebastian Vettel buys F1 World Champions in Art collection

Vettel World Champions in Art

World Champions in Art, the entity which was created to celebrate the achievement of all 32 of the FIA’s World Champion drivers in individual artistic depictions, is delighted to announce that the entire 32-­piece collection has been acquired by Sebastian Vettel, himself a four-­times World Champion.

Even before making his F1 début with BMW in 2007, Sebastian harboured a deep interest in the history of his chosen

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OSV survey shows car-selfies are more popular than ever


It seems that everyone is taking selfies these days, with even the Prime Minister unashamedly posing in front of a camera phone at state events. While the selfie itself may be a bit of harmless fun, a survey by OSV , the UK’s best independent vehicle supply professionals, hints that the selfie may be getting out of hand, with drivers throwing caution to the wind and

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Ultimate Summer Drive reveals The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway as best road

Image taken in Glen Shiel, near Glenmoriston, in the Highlands of Scotland, with Loch Claunie in the background. Capture was taken on a bright April day in 2013. The road is known as the A87, and leads to the Isle of Skye and the Kyle of Lochalsh.

With 31 million Brits set to drive their way into summer, psychologist Dr. David Holmes has developed a formula to identify the 25 Ultimate Summer Drives (USD) in Europe.

Dr. Holmes looked at elements of the driving experience that are important to the planning of a summer route, including the number of bends and hills, volume of traffic, type of scenery and even the weather; and combined

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ALPINA’s new B7-Bi-Turbo making UK debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed

The new ALPINA B7 Bi-Turbo combines sumptuous luxury with 0-60 in just 4.0 seconds (UK specification, RWD)

ALPINA’s new flagship model, the astonishing 197 mph B7-Bi-Turbo launched at the Geneva show in March, will make its UK debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The car will be displayed alongside the latest B4 Bi-Turbo Convertible – also making its first public appearance in the UK following its release last autumn – and the tax-efficient D3 Bi-Turbo. With CO2emissions of just 139 g/km, the D3 Bi-Turbo (available in Saloon

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London’s 1st Quietway walking and cycling route between now open

Quietway 1 runs 9km along traffic-free paths and quieter backstreets
Route includes a number of important improvements for people walking and cycling, including a new 750m pedestrian and cycle link connecting South Bermondsey station and the Surrey Canal Road path over unused Network Rail land

London’s first Quietway route, a continuous sign-posted route linking Greenwich and Waterloo by quieter backstreet roads, is now open.

The route passes through four

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Could A Totting Up Ban Ruin Your Business?

What is Totting Up?

When people talk about totting up and cars together, they are referring to the totting up system, or the system of driving licence points, which has proved successful at encouraging drivers to avoid careless driving and breaking the rules, while also allowing the authorities to track repeat offenders and, ultimately, keep the roads safer.

Totting Up Basics

The most typical driving offences that occur on

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The Evolution Of F1 Video Games – From ZX Spectrum to Oculus Rift


No doubt you’ve seen the latest F1 video games. Games that are so realistic that you can actually end up believing you are driving the real thing at a real F1 track. Well these games have evolved over decades on different computers and devices and unless you grew with them or have checked out some of the retro F1 games you won’t know about them or

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Steersafe advises Northern Powerhouse cities should take opportunity to make roads safer

Road safety campaign SteerSafe says chance should not be missed

As their Economies grow cities in the Northern Powerhouse should seize the opportunity to make their roads safer, according to road safety group SteerSafe.

Manchester and Leeds should look to London to see what has been done to protect vulnerable road users in the capital – then do better, it advises.

“There is a plethora of initiatives in the

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Research from OSV reveals interesting findings on UK parking prangs

Almost one in three motorists have had a parking prang in the last 12 months
12% of drivers won’t inform other car owners when they’ve bumped into their motor
Bollards are the most common victims of poor parking 

Although it seems that men are far less likely to confess to it than women, recent research conducted by OSV , the UK’s leading independent vehicle supply professionals, has revealed that

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