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If you often feel anxious or stressed whilst driving, this can not only affect your confidence behind the wheel, but also affect your safety and concentration leading you to be put off driving altogether.
Packing the car and setting off on holiday can be a chaotic experience, with a recent survey of more than 1,000 UK drivers by Toyota showing that almost 10% of holidaymakers have had to turn back because they’ve forgotten something every time they’ve gone on holiday.
As per the Government’s advice to stay safe and stay home during the pandemic, many of us reduced our amount of driving or even stopped altogether. Long periods of time away from driving can lead to drivers feeling a bit rusty behind the wheel. This can happen whether you’re a veteran driver or just passed your test.
During the current Coronavirus pandemic, many businesses are having to reduce their working hours, staffing and even close altogether. We’re also being encouraged to stay at home, reduce travel and many are self-isolating. So, what does this mean for car drivers? We’ve answered some common questions for motorists in the hope that it eases your worries.
If you’re a driver, the last thing you want to happen is to find yourself in a car accident. But as the saying goes, accidents happen, and sometimes it’s totally unavoidable – whether it’s your fault or not. So, if you’re unlucky enough to find yourself in an accident, here are our top dos and don’ts.
With the clocks going back an hour and the darker nights in full swing, we’re focusing on the topic of badly lit vehicles.
The summer holidays are over and you’re easing back into your normal routine, along with the dreaded school run. To help avoid another manic Monday and reduce the pre-school tears – yours, not the kids – then follow our handy tips to stop the stress and make your school drop-off a success.
Whilst many riders choose to put their bike away during bad weather like rain or snow, sometimes travelling is unavoidable. This is where these simple, and obvious, safety tips come in handy for even the most experienced biker.
If you’re a frequent driver on the highways throughout the UK, it’s fair to say you might have driven on a smart motorway without realising. Smart motorways are still relatively new to our roads, but here to stay, so it’s important that motorists know how to use them.
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