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If you are a road user then you may wish to pencil this date in your diary, streetrepairs.co.uk is launching the second national pothole day on the 15th of January 2016.
This pothole initiative is again being co-ordinated by Colin Mahoney owner of the award winning Street Repairs website.
Colin said “after the success of the 2015 #NationalPotholeDay campaign many thousands of our followers and supporters have asked
Wunelli analysis finds speed cameras may create bad driving behaviour
New analysis reveals the hard braking black spots created across the UK
Using more than 1 billion miles of driving behaviour data*, Wunelli, a LexisNexis company, has revealed the most frequent braking black spots across the UK created by speed cameras, based on motorists braking excessively just before speed cameras to avoid being caught. 80% of all the
As many as 28,000 new jobs could be created in the UK automotive supply chain by 2020, according to a new forecast report from industry trade body The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
The report, The future of UK automotive manufacturing in 2025 and beyond,1 identifies growth in vehicle manufacturing and a move to connected and autonomous technology as presenting significant opportunities for British component
Toy Stor-age offers a bespoke, dedicated and discreet, 22,000 sq ft storage facility, providing maintenance and care for highly prized and valued motor cars and motorcycles. Located conveniently 35 minute drive from London Heathrow, Toy Stor-age is ideally located for both London-based collectors as well as enthusiastic owners enjoying life in the countryside but who would benefit from specialist short, medium or long-term storage of their
Motorists should be playing their part in reducing vehicle emissions and showing their commitment to the environment as well as vehicle manufacturers, that’s according to CTEK a leading global brand in the care and maintenance of vehicle batteries.
This week has seen vehicle emissions the number one conversation topic all over the UK, with manufacturers under the spotlight following the launch of a European investigation into Volkswagen’s
Lord Digby Jones has appealed to the business world to take action to help cut road deaths and injuries among employees.
Implementing workplace road safety was “the right thing to do,” he told business leaders at the launch of a campaign he is backing by road safety organisation, the TTC Group, which educates 320,000 road users each year to cut casualties.
With the Government’s latest statistics on employee
Road safety charity Brake is urging employers to tackle drink and drug driving among at-work drivers. To help employers ensure they have the right measures in place to prevent drink and drug driving, Brake has announced a seminar on the topic. The seminar will share the latest research into drink and drug driving and its affects as well as providing guidance on workplace interventions and the
Of the dozens of new cars being launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) this year, many have one thing in common: they have in-dash map data from HERE.
HERE is in 49 of the 54* new car models being presented by more than 25 marques at the show, demonstrating the continued trust the world’s leading carmakers are placing in HERE maps and location services.
“HERE prides itself
My Car Check – the UK’s No.1 consumer vehicle data provider – has warned of a sharp rise in scams targeting used car and motorbike buyers and sellers (see email text below). Telltale signs that conmen might be involved include:
Vehicles advertised for considerably less than they are worth
Mention of the vehicle being shipped to or from another country
All communication conducted via email, often in broken English