motoring

Government to crack down on rogue parking companies

Motorists are set to benefit from a clampdown on dodgy private parking firms, as the government has signalled its intention to regulate the industry more assiduously.

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Motorists pay highest fuel prices in four years

Motorists’ woes mount as fuel price increases continued unabated in December 2017.

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Petrol prices down for the first time in three months – but hikes expected

Motorists benefitted from lower petrol prices in October, with prices down for the first time in three months. But prices are expected to rebound soon.

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Drivers could save thousands opting for comprehensive cover over third party insurance

Drivers may be causing themselves unnecessary expense by not checking all the motor insurance policies available to them.

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Motorists demand regulation of ‘dodgy’ private parking firms

Three-quarters of motorists want the government to step in and regulate the private parking sector.

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Over half of drivers could be losing out by auto-renewing

More than one in 10 (15%) drivers allow their motor insurance policy to automatically roll-over for another year without checking whether the price they were offered was competitive.

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The little-known fund to help cyclists and pedestrians knocked down by uninsured and hit-and-run drivers

For many, being involved in a road traffic accident can come at a terrible cost; emotionally, physically and financially

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Motorists set to pay £5 more at the pump after Opec cuts oil supply

An agreement by Opec members to cut the oil supply by 1.2 million barrels per day between them saw oil prices rise dramatically early this morning – and UK motorists are due to bear the brunt of this to the tune of £5 per...

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Diesel at its highest price in over a year, says RAC

Petrol prices crept up again in September, while diesel has risen to its highest point since August 2015, according to the latest data from RAC Fuel Watch.

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Autumn Statement 2015: motorists to see insurance bills fall by up to £50

Motorists could see up to £50 slashed from their insurance bills if the government is successful in bringing forward reforms to the compensation culture around minor motor accident injuries.

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