Posts Tagged ‘Motoring News’

Driverless Buses Are On Their Way!

During the early stages of April 2016, the Beverley Hills City Council revealed that it had passed a resolution. The resolution had one goal, “change the paradigm of Southern California”, said Mayor John Mirisch. However what resolution has the power to bring about such a shift and how would it be implemented? The resolution, which is…

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The Rise Of Self-Driving Cars And What They Mean For Your Safety

The self-driving cars has long been a stalwart of the science fiction realm, however the reality of this vision has never been nearer. Google are ever closer to creating their own self-driving, and Telsa Motors have a program that is set to add a whole new dimension to the phrase “cruise control”. However, already these…

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Automatic Vehicles: What Are The Pros And Cons?

Automatic vehicles enjoy a strong hegemony in the United States, a trend that has not completely managed to cross the Atlantic. Whilst automatic vehicles enjoy a large and dedicated segment of motorists here in the UK, their victory is far from complete. Let’s look at the case for and against automatic vehicles. Many feel that…

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Should It Be Mandatory To Retake Driving Test Before Turning 70?

There has been debate over recent years, much of it heated, over whether motorists should be forced to retake their test before they turn 70. The reason for this, as demonstrated in numerous motorist surveys, is that many road users are concerned about the behaviour of older motorists. This concern is due primarily to fears…

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Things To Look Out For When Buying A Used Car

When buying a used car it is so easy to get ripped off and have to pay for the consequences through a series of repairs and in worst case scenarios breakdowns. In order to help you avoid this, we have created a list of all of the things to consider when purchasing a used car.…

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The UK’s Top Four Worst Driving Habits

When asked, the overwhelming majority of drivers will inform you that they are good drivers. Evidence collected by a Driving Standards Agency survey found that an overwhelming 90% of drivers surveyed considered themselves to be “good” drivers. Despite a seeming inability for drivers to see their own habitual shortcomings, it is extremely easy to spot…

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