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Survey Suggests Dangers Of Mobile Phone Abuse Is Still Underplayed


A LEADING used car warranty firm has conducted a survey to find out what the public believe to be the most dangerous driving offences. Those driver surveyed by Warrantywise believed that by far the most serious offence was driving under the influence, with 67% of respondents listing this at the top. Ranked next highest with just 10% was ignoring traffic lights and 9% using mobile devices whilst driving. The latter concern surprised those conducting the survey, as a previous poll revealed that mobile phone use behind the wheel was classed as the biggest pet hate by motorists. The full results: Driving under influence 67% Ignoring Traffic Lights 10% Mobile Devices 9% Driving Too Fast 5% Smoking/Eating 2% Driving Too Slowly 2% Dangerous Overtaking 2% Commenting on the poll, Richard Hodges, Marke...

Goodwood Revival To Honour Iconic Maserati 250F


SEPTEMBER will see the organisers of the popular Goodwood Revival mark 60 years of one of Formula 1’s mos...

Poll Reveals Dishonesty Of Drivers Causing Damage


A NEW poll, commissioned by, has found that a worrying 30% say they would cons...

Fans get chance to drive with Top Gear's The Stig


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Car insurance price fall is 'last hurrah'


THE PRICE of car insurance premiums is plunging, according to the AA. Average premiums fell 19.3% in the ...

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