Chips and cracks on a windscreen can be a big problem. Depending on where they are located, they can affect your view of the road in front of you.
Being prepared for anything you encounter on the road can help you to keep a cool head and users safe from any further potential accidents.
Getting out onto the open road in your very own car is the ultimate freedom but the first step is passing your theory test. Here are our tips to help you pass.
Did you know that 60% of all road fatalities occur on country roads and lanes? This makes them the most dangerous type of road to travel on.
Did you know that eating while driving can affect your reaction times just as much as using a mobile phone? Find out more about the dangers of eating at the wheel.
Driving on a motorway for the first time can be a scary experience. Currently, learner drivers are not allowed to drive on a motorway until they have passed their practical test but this could all be set to change.
Driving a new car can seem a bit daunting, but driving unfamiliar cars is a part of life. Find out more about getting used to a new car.
Learning to drive is a rite of passage for many young people but it’s now quite common for people to wait until they’re a bit older to get behind the wheel.
Did you know that your passengers are the biggest in-car distraction? You can be distracted by your passengers in various ways.
Keeping your car well-maintained can help to reduce the likelihood of breakdowns, and keep your driving safe and worry-free.