Car buyers urged to make safety the priority

A high-profile campaign, known as #StopTheCrash, has been launched with the aim of promoting autonomous in-car safety features to further help prevent any incidents on the road. Car buyers are being urged to put safety over style when purchasing their new car, as the campaign launched at the London Motor Show on yesterday. Drivers are […]

How to Handle Tailgaters on the Road

One of my pet hates on the roads and significantly the most common is tailgating. Tailgating for the uninitiated is following too close to the vehicle in front. It’s among the most risky on-road habits, for both the tailgatee, the tailgater. Often in my experience the tailgater is blissfully unaware of the seriousness of his or […]

Learner drivers could get money back on their driving test

Learner drivers could get money back from their driving test fees if they pass first time. The Department for Transport (DfT) is considering the proposal in a bid to encourage learners to only take the test when they are ready and confident of passing. It is hoped this will mean new drivers are less likely […]

Driving at night with no street lights

Driving after dark where there are no street lights may be dangerous with little experience. Your concentration at night is decreased not only because you are fatigued from the days events, but also an absence of light, making it difficult to see and prevent possible hazards or other drivers. But driving after dark is no scarier […]

Road Rage And Avoid Annoying Other Drivers

Do you normally become a target for road rage or frustration? Are you a target of tailgating, horn-honking and flashing highlights? If you become a target often you have to consider if it’s you causing the problem or are you oblivious to your actions and just blame others. The important thing to keep in mind when […]

How to Drive on Ice & Snow

The basic rules in the video clip apply now as they did then. With the weather changing for the worst and the snow causing disruption on the roads. The residents of Cambridgeshire would think that all drivers would be prepared and go into winter driving mode as soon as snowflakes begin to fall from the […]

Defensive Driving | Why it’s so Important

As we enter into this topic, take a moment to think about a situation where you noticed another vehicle driving very poorly. Maybe they were swerving, speeding, or doing something as simple as not using their indicators. Now think about how you reacted, or how you would want to react if you were driving near […]