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More and more concern is being voiced about driver distraction due to the increasing use of mobile phones and other technologies in vehicles.
IT IS dubbed a "social network for drivers" and claims to help motorists travelling to the Edinburgh Festival share information about time consuming traffic jams.
More than a third of women believe they are likely to get ripped off by car dealers, while almost half say they are patronised by men trying to sell them cars.
Millions of drivers are putting themselves at risk by attempting to repair their vehicles themselves on the roadside, research has found.
UP TO 70 per cent of motorists think not enough is being done to tackle the problem of drug-driving, according to a survey.
DASHBOARD clutter is increasing the chances of accidents according to a survey.
JAPANESE and Korean used cars are the most reliable but some European makes are cheaper to repair, according to a survey published today.
THE number of motorists fined after being caught on camera speeding or driving through red lights in Scotland has halved in three years.
THE average British motorist will own 26 cars, cover nearly 300,000 miles and exceed the speed limit 18,165 times during their driving lifetime, according to a new survey.
FUEL prices have bounced back to near last month's levels despite the release of oil reserves, the Automobile Association reported today.
A FAULT-plagued Land Rover is one of Britain's most loved cars, according to the country's largest annual satisfaction survey.
WANT to know the secret of passing that dreaded driving test first time? Take it in the rural west of Scotland.
NEW car sales in Scotland slipped into reverse in June, but didn't fall as fast as those for the UK as a whole thanks to the larger portion of retail rather than fleet sales north of the Border.
SUPERMARKET giant Asda sparked another battle in the forecourt fuel price war yesterday by announcing plans to cut a further 2p a litre off the cost of its petrol and diesel.
THE number of people killed on Scotland's roads has dropped to the lowest level since records began more than 60 years ago.
TWO-THIRDS of motorists are cutting back on driving due to rising fuel prices, according to a new survey.
DRIVERS are suffering new fuel price increases after being "ripped off" by previous oil price falls not being passed on, Britain's biggest motoring group claimed today.
FROM poor signalling and speeding to talking on mobile phones and not wearing seatbelts, the full extent of British drivers' sloppy habits is laid bare in a new survey published today.