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It’s cold and flu season again and if you’re unfortunate enough to have had a dose you may have opted for an over the counter decongestant or cough syrup to alleviate some of the discomfort.
You may be surprised to learn that over the counter remedies could land you with a hefty fine and even a ban from driving altogether under drug driving laws.
Whilst your MOT test may be relatively low cost, the price can soon add up if your car ends up needing work in order to be compliant. What car mechanics probably don’t want drivers to know is that you can actually keep the costs of your car maintenance low if you follow simple tips like these. As a result, you also save money on your next MOT too!
A recent Which? survey revealed that there could be discrepancies in the policies offered by car insurance brands on leading comparison websites. Here we’ll uncover what evidence was found and what you can do to protect yourself.
From Monday 4th of June 2018, learner drivers will be able to take driving lessons on the motorway in England, Scotland and also Wales.
This will make sure more drivers know how to use motorways safely and correctly.
As a driver you could soon find yourself being fined for parking on the pavement under plans being considered by the Department of Transport. At the moment London is the only part of the UK where parking on the pavement is banned and where as £70 fine will be issued for doing so.
The courts can ‘endorse’ your driving record with penalty points and issue you with a fine if you are convicted of a motoring offence.
Endorsements are required to stay on your driving record for either 11 or 4 years, depending on the offence.
The DFT (Department for Transport) have stated that classic cars that are older than 40 years will be exempt from MOT testing. Owners electing for an MOT only if they feel their car needs one with the exception of those that had been ‘substantially changed’ within the past thirty years.
Police have given warning to motorists regarding the danger involved with the use of e-cigarettes while in the control of a motor vehicle on the road and have even suggested that some might find themselves facing prosecution or a fine.