Driving Test to Face an Overhaul?

With the driving test turning 80 years old this year, many are calling for an overhaul of the examination in order to modernise it and to protect more lives. The biggest changes to the driving test have been relatively recent – From the introduction of a Theory test element in 1996, as well as the [...]

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Police Car Crashes Into Market Stall

An unmarked police car crashed into a market stall in South London during a police chase following an armed robbery at the nearby post office on Tuesday morning. The black Citroen hit a stallholder and then smashed through a vegan food stand at Surrey Street Market in Croydon just after 9.10am. Flying Squad officers were [...]

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Ghost Tax Costing Drivers Millions

Drivers are losing out over £40 million year as a result of changes to the way road tax is collected. The reforms that came into effect last autumn meant the end of the tax disc since motorists are no longer obliged to carry proof of taxation on their windscreens. It is the DVLA’s new policy [...]

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Parallel Parking – The Do’s and Don’ts

Parallel parking can be one of the trickiest manoeuvres to master, especially as a young or learner driver. So here at Britannia, we have decided to give you a helping hand with this. We’re nice like that. – Firstly, always start practising in a safe place, where you are unlikely to damage your own car [...]

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