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safety

Ranked: the main causes of MOT failure for vans

Written by | Posted on 19.06.2017

Ranked: the main causes of MOT failure for vans, and what you can do to keep your drivers safe.

Full extent of UK’s grey fleet revealed

Written by | Posted on 15.05.2017

Discover more about the safety, environmental and cost impact of the grey fleet and download our Driver Checklist here.

Seeing red – driver survey reveals extent of road rage

Written by | Posted on 22.11.2016

LeasePlan Mobility Monitor survey of over 4800+ motorists reveals extent of road rage - from tailgating and verbal aggression.

Global research reveals scale of distracted driving

Written by | Posted on 03.11.2016

Global Driver survey reveals trends around distracted driving - with almost 3/4 of drivers admitting to texting, making calls and using social media behind the wheel.

Clock change

Written by | Posted on 23.10.2016

With the clocks change this weekend; drivers and other road users need to be especially aware of the risks associated with reduced light and low sun.

5 Myths of the Motorway

Written by | Posted on 21.09.2016

This year has seen Highways England roll-out smart motorways as a part of its ambition to reduce congestion and improve journey times in the UK.

The Considerate Code

Written by | Posted on 06.09.2016

Since the Highway Code was first published in 1931 it has remained one of the consistently best-selling books in the UK. It is also constantly evolving, so advisable for motorists to stay updated and re-read it every few years.

Top 10 Security Recommendations

Written by | Posted on 08.07.2016

Top 10 tips for commercial vehicle operators

Signal Failure

Written by | Posted on 27.06.2016

Signal failure. The Highway Code tells us that ‘signals warn and inform other road users, including pedestrians, of your intended actions’. For signaphobes of course it is other road users and pedestrians’ responsibility to guess their intentions.

Mechanical breakdown

Written by | Posted on 22.05.2016

A recent survey by Kwik Fit revealed 1 in 5 people don’t think they need a service to ensure their car is safe if they have a valid MOT.

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