Driving with the Fuel Light On

A new study has revealed that one in six drivers broke down in their cars last year due to running out of petrol – A number which has trebled since the last review in 2011. The cause for this rise in cars running on empty is due to drivers adopting a dangerous “devil-may-care” attitude to [...]

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Autonomous Cars Learning Unpredictable Driving Habits

Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, are preparing autonomous cars to predict what humans might do next. A team has developed an algorithm that can guess with up to 92% accuracy whether a human driver will make a lane change. Enthusiasts believe that self-driving vehicles could lead to fewer crashes and less traffic. But [...]

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Trophy Driver Illegally Parks Outside Court

A driver who posed for a video while doing 161mph on the motorway and posted the ‘trophy footage’ online has been banned from the road – but not before leaving his car on a double-yellow line outside the court. Nightclub boss Mark McCrae, 28, got his passenger to record him as he broke the speed [...]

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The Last Few Lessons

When it comes to learning to drive, a lot of emphasis is placed on the first driving lesson or two – From warning your friends and family to stay off the roads for that one hour a week to first meeting your instructor and sitting behind a wheel for the first time. However one key [...]

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