Tag : RAC
Petrol and diesel prices are now at their highest since mid-October 2014 with worst yet to come.
Pump prices could return to record levels last seen in 2012 as a result of the United States’ decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear … Read More »
Mobile phone detecting technology that can be used to monitor drivers who illegally use phones while behind the wheel is being rolled out by the Australian … Read More »
Around eight and a half million leisure trips are planned this spring bank holiday with traffic to peak today, the RAC says.
Harsh winter weather has led to one of the worst quarters for pothole breakdowns, according to the RAC.
The coming weeks could bring lower pump prices for fleets thanks to the possibility of an oil price reduction.
Modern vehicle headlights could be dazzling drivers, bringing safety issues, according to the RAC.
Last week’s extreme cold snap could lead to a spring pothole plague across the UK, according to the RAC.
Petrol and diesel prices fell 2p a litre in February following three consecutive months of fuel price increases.
Diesel vehicles of varying makes and ages have been struck by issues with clogged fuel filters during Britain’s freezing cold weather.
Highways England will not roll out its motorway fuel price signage trial further after concluding that it has not delivered sufficient impact or cost benefit.
Supermarkets are being urged to cut another 2p a litre off fuel by the RAC, as the wholesale price of fuel continues to tumble.
Asda has cut up to 2ppl off its national unleaded and diesel prices in a move expected to be followed by the other supermarket fuel retailers.
Supermarket fuel retailers are being called on to slash 3p a litre off petrol and diesel after a sharp drop in the price of oil.
Average petrol and diesel prices rose in January for the third month in a row following a 2% increase in the price of oil.
A private members’ bill that seeks to protect drivers from unscrupulous private car parking companies is attracting support from government, the fleet industry and drivers in … Read More »
Central Government is being urged to push ahead with providing ring-fenced, long-term funding for local roads as the number of pothole-related breakdowns rose 11% last year.
Motorists are being warned of a likely increase in the price of fuel as US crude oil prices hit $70 a barrel for the first time … Read More »
Motorists are now paying the highest price for petrol since the end of 2014, following a series of pump rises.
A hard-core of drivers are persisting in using handheld phones behind the wheel despite the increase in penalties last March.
Brake and the RAC have expressed differing opinions over whether a fall in the number of drivers receiving points for illegal mobile phone use is the … Read More »
Average petrol and diesel prices hit their most expensive levels in three years last month following more than a 2p per litre rise.
Highways England is to complete or lift current road works ahead of the festive period.
11% fewer drivers were caught while using a mobile phone, after new tougher penalties were introduced according to an FOI request by the RAC to police … Read More »
Drivers are being urged ‘slow down, make space and move on’ when passing breakdowns as a new RAC image shows one of its patrol vans after … Read More »
A diesel duty hike in the Budget would not encourage the majority of drivers to use their existing diesel vehicle any less.
Implementing an online database showing drivers the emissions standard for their particular registration plate is essential to avoid confusion under forthcoming Clean Air Zones.