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  • Nearly one-in-five young people admit to video calling while driving

    Nearly one-in-five young people admit to video calling while driving

    The rise in popularity of the likes of FaceTime, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and Snapchat for video calls is posing a new and present danger on the UK’s roads, with almost one-in-five (18%) of drivers aged 17-24 admitting to taking part in video calls while behind the wheel, figures for the RAC Report on Motoring 2020 reveal.* Younger drivers are more […]

     
  • The Morning Rush Hour Has Returned – RAC

    The Morning Rush Hour Has Returned – RAC

    The morning rush hour, a phenomenon last seen nearly six months ago, has returned with traffic levels back to levels seen in January, analysis of hundreds of thousands of trips taken by RAC Insurance customers has revealed. Data from drivers with RAC black box devices fitted shows that the beginning of the school year in England has led to a […]

     
  • Help Eradicate Fox Hunting

    Help Eradicate Fox Hunting

    News Release by the League Against Cruel Sports Cub hunting, also called ‘autumn hunting’, begins in August. The purpose of it is to train young hunting hounds how to recognise a fox scent and, ultimately, to kill. Both are illegal. Information into the League’s Animal Crimewatch service helps us establish a picture of where cub hunting is taking place. During […]

     
  • Things That Can Invalidate Your Car Insurance

    Things That Can Invalidate Your Car Insurance

    Driving with a pet not secured properly can void your car insurance policy and even mean a hefty fine of up to £5,0001. And with an increase in Brits buying new pets in lockdown, it’s even more important to make sure you’re sticking to the rules. Car insurance is a legal requirement for motorists, and your insurer needs to have […]