Safeguarding

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Drivers prefer physical controls over touchscreens, raising safety concerns

Vehicles equipped with touchscreens may want to avoid them, drivers have been cautioned. According to research, 89% of drivers prefer physical buttons over digital ones, which could cause problems when trying to sell your car. Yes, people prefer to utilise physical buttons and switches rather than touch controls while operating their cars. According to studies,

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Experts share how to keep your pet passenger safe – and avoid a £5,000 fine!

From a quick drive to the park to a road trip across the country, motorists are often joined by their four-legged friends in the car – especially during half term. However, while pups might love lolling out of the car window, the experts at Bristol Street Motors have warned that this adorable act could land

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Drivers concerned over bright headlights: Is headlight dazzling on the rise?

According to a recent survey, drivers are growing increasingly worried about the possibility of other drivers blinding them with their headlights, which could lead to an increase in traffic accidents. An independent survey by the RAC found that 85% of drivers believe the issue is getting worse and that they have been partially blinded by

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Stay safe on icy roads: 6 warning lights UK drivers should never ignore

During icy conditions, drivers in the UK are advised to always pay attention to these six warning lights on their cars. Wintertime brings with it challenging driving conditions, such as ice roads and decreased visibility. Many drivers will be frightened to take even short trips when there is snow and a strong wind. The driving

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Driving home for Christmas? New eBay research reveals motorists are delaying buying safer tyres due to the cost-of-living crisis

eBay is warning drivers about the risk of driving on worn tyres as research reveals that 87% of drivers surveyed admitting to the ongoing cost of living crisis the reason behind why they have been put off buying new tyres. One in ten (11%) said that they had put off buying new tyres for their

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Experts share top tips for staying alert during long drives this winter

With the holiday season quickly approaching, roads are likely to become busier as people shop around for presents, attend events, and visit family and friends around the country. However, higher traffic congestion can often result in more accidents, as people begin to lose concentration during these longer journeys. Therefore, it is important to stay alert

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