Exceptionally wet and often windy conditions can present a danger to motorists and other road users. Here are our tips from driving in these conditions.
Marx, Freud et al claim that there's no such thing as an accident. We needn’t delve into the philosophical implications of determinism, though.
Tis the season of feeling the council’s grit under your tyres, carrying de-icer and a scraper in your boot, and driving carefully lest there’s any black ice about.
The organisers of Road Safety Week, the charity Brake, want us to think more about the necessity of our car journeys. For if there are fewer car journeys, then, at least in theory, there is also less pollution, less congestion, less expense – and, crucially, fewer accidents.
The RAC estimated that it is called out 62,000 times a year by motorists without a spare tyre - with fleet drivers 6x more likely to be without a spare.
Cars swarming around areas that are cluttered with children is a dangerous set-up.
Summer is coming, but we’re still arguing about exactly what time that is.
The case against new roads. Will anyone use them, who'll pay for them, and should we fix the ones we've got first?
To coincide with the beginning of Road Safety Week today, here are our tips for Britain’s drivers for safe winter driving.
The idea that drivers could feel free to ignore yellow lines if they were only popping into the shop for 5 minutes might reflect what some people already do.