News & Features

Will Humans be Trusted to Drive in 25 Years Time?

Will Humans be Trusted to Drive in 25 Years Time?

Monday, October 16th, 2017

It is the opinion of Omar Rahim, Chief Executive of the Energi Mine technology firm, that it should be illegal for humans to drive cars in just 25 years time. He believes that in the relatively near future autonomous driving technology will be the safest option.

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Britons Prosecuted for Flouting Driving Laws Abroad

Britons Prosecuted for Flouting Driving Laws Abroad

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

The number of drivers, from the UK, that are being investigated for traffic offences that they committed abroad has increased significantly over the last three years.

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HGVs could get Longer

HGVs could get Longer

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

In another effort to reduce the air pollution which is caused by vehicle traffic, the government is in the process of trialling a fleet of just under 1,800 extended Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) These HGVs are two metres longer than the vehicles that are currently permitted for haulage in the UK.

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Fraudulent Car Insurance Claims Rise

Fraudulent Car Insurance Claims Rise

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

Fraudulent car insurance claims known as ‘crash for cash’ incidents have become a serious problem in the UK and thanks to a study conducted by the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) the top 30 postcode areas where these types of claims are made most often have been revealed.

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Team BRIT's Race Spec Hand-Control System

Team BRIT's Race Spec Hand-Control System

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

Team BRIT, the motor racing team made up of disabled combat veterans, has finished developing its specialised racing hand-control system and they are proud to recommend it to other disabled drivers.

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