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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.
Are you a confident driver but just the thought of venturing on to the motorway makes you quiver? The experience of driving on a motorway can be very intense and nervousness can affect all drivers, not just new or elderly.
Cold weather, dark mornings and evenings and plenty of rain. Often, the sanctuary of our car is somewhere welcome after the soaking-wet dash from the office or supermarket. So, to make sure your car makes it through the toughest part of the year, we’ve put together some tips.
Darker days and more unpredictable weather present more risks. Rain, wind, snow and ice can all play their part in winter, meaning it pays to be prepared and drive to the season. Here we look at how drivers can help to keep the roads safe during winter.
Most think winter tyres are only good for the occasions when the roads are covered with snow and ice but modern tyre development has meant that the latest products are a whole lot more versatile. In many other European countries it is a common practice for drivers to fit cold weather tyres in late Autumn and revert back to Summer tyres in the late Spring. So why is this not the case in the UK?
The clocks have changed, and the darker nights have drawn in which means you may find your morning and evening commute isn’t as bright as it used to be. The darker nights can leave us feeling a little bit blue but can also mean the roads, and driving, can be more dangerous. So, here are our top tips to keep you safe whilst driving in the dark.
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