It is pothole season in the UK. But could the hole in the road be coming to the end of the road?
Underwriter of Shortfall.co.uk announce extended sponsorship deal with Renault Formula 1 team. MAPFRE, who underwrite the current GAP, Tyre, Alloy Wheel and Scratch and Dent Insurance products have confirmed the new deal will extend for 5 years.
Websites where users sell items are lately becoming a headline in the automotive industry and this news comes in directly after the new tax disc scrappage scheme.
The price of petrol is expected to rise by 2p a litre over the coming weeks as supermarkets pass on wholesale rising costs due to the Ukraine crisis.
Recent figures that have been revealed as part of the British Insurance Premium Index study from the AA indicates that car insurance now costs £106 less on average, than it did this time last year.
Most recently, our team at Shortfall have focused on a number of safety issues including the latest trend to take a 'Selfie' whilst driving. We have also focused on the motorway speed limit and whether it would be safer to increase or decrease the limit. This time round we are going to look at the argument to change the speed limit in built up residential areas.
New figures have revealed that white has overtaken silver as the most popular colour choice for car buyers. Silver has been the most popular colour for car buyers for over a decade.
Over the last year, more than two million potholes were filled but the sheer backlog of repairs needed could take up to twelve years for local authorities in Wales and England to clear. This is only to repair potholes, let alone fix the road markings and any other problems that UK motorists face.
The government plans to introduce a drug drive limit are edging forward, as there have been 16 different drugs approved. There are eight illicit and eight prescription drugs that have been added to the regulations that will be introduced this year in autumn, which means it will be an offence to be over the limits prescribed.
Research and studies are often being carried out on motorists and two new reports show that motorists hate Mondays and new car drivers are less willing to shell out for servicing.