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How A ‘No-deal’ Brexit Will Change Driving in the EU
How A ‘No-deal’ Brexit Will Change Driving in the EU
Whether you plan to take your family on a continental road trip in the coming months or work for a transport organisation that frequently enters the EU, the results of Brexit may alter your current travelling agenda.

In the event of a no-deal, several UK driving laws will change—for both UK citizens and commercial drivers. All drivers are being urged to contact their insurer to arrange...

Don't Get Pulled Over This Festive Season:  Use This Guidance When Driving Overseas
Don't Get Pulled Over This Festive Season: Use This Guidance When Driving Overseas
With festive season approaching soon, now is the time to start planning exciting road trips overseas to celebrate with family and friends. Nevertheless, driving cross-country can be risky, especially if you and your passengers fail to prepare for the possibility of different driving laws and regulations across borders. Getting pulled over, suffering a motor accident or receiving costly fines can all...

Using Your Mobile While Driving Could  Invalidate Your Licence
Using Your Mobile While Driving Could Invalidate Your Licence
It's been nearly a year since new regulations came into force to stop drivers from using their phones. They've been effective, but are you aware of the do's and don'ts?

Last March, new regulations came into force that allow traffic officers to fine drivers £200 and six penalty points for using a handheld mobile phone while driving. For drivers that have held their licence for less than...

Winter Driving Puts Your Workers at Risk
Winter Driving Puts Your Workers at Risk
According to a recent report from the Department for Transport, road deaths have increased by 4 per cent this year. Driving conditions during the winter can be unpredictable and can change several times throughout the day. The limited amount of daylight can make these conditions even more hazardous, as the dark hides ice and further impairs visibility. If you have employees that regularly drive for...

Dash Cam – Should I Bother?
Dash Cam – Should I Bother?
Dash cams are increasingly used by a number of drivers and businesses to record their journeys in a vehicle. There are a number of benefits to using these.
Benefits:
1. Can provide evidence of who was at fault in an accident by showing exactly what happened.2. May be able to provide location and speed of the vehicle dependent upon the type of camera.3. Can show a view of the driver to monitor...