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Cars

Experts reveal bizarre ways to stop car condensation

Every year the cold and wet weather brings an annoying issue all drivers have to deal with. When warm air collides with cold surfaces it creates condensation, something that has …

Occupational driving

The year for change: new research from AA driving school reveals 1 in 5 Brits want to become their own boss in 2023

1 in 5 (18%) of employed adults intend to become their own boss in the next 12 months, with nearly half of working Brits also considering a career change to …

Cars

TikTok hacks your pupils should follow – and ones to avoid!

With the popularity of social media platform TikTok ever-increasing, a common trend are users issuing daily life hacks, which sometimes addresses how to look after your vehicle. While some are …

Cars

‘Cost-cutting’ MOT proposals are “farcical”, says major car comparison site

Government proposals to delay the first MOT to four years and lengthen subsequent intervals would increase the number of dangerous vehicles on UK roads, whilst failing to reduce motorists’ costs, …

DVSA

Driving examiners to wear body worn cameras

Driving examiners have began to wear body worn cameras to help tackle an increase in abuse. DVSA has taken this decision due to an increase in unacceptable violent and abusive …

Driving test

The driving test backlog to be cleared ‘within next few months’, minister hopes

The driving test backlog will hopefully be cleared “within the next few months” according to ministers following pleas for urgent action from MPs representing rural areas. Richard Holden, transport minister, …

Cars

Government’s MOT proposals deserve proper consideration to benefit car owners as well as industry, says expert

The Government’s proposals to potentially extend the first MOT by one year and examine a mileage-based approach are worthy of consideration, says The Car Expert. Instead of retaining an out-of-date …

DVSA

DVSA message regarding industrial action on 1 February

The following is a message from the DVSA regarding the industrial action scheduled to take place on 1st February. PCS Union has instructed all DVSA members to take part in …

Eco-Driving

How electric cars can save you over £600 a year

If you have a business which runs a fleet of cars, are in charge of managing a fleet or drive a company car for work, you’re probably asking yourself if …

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