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Drivers have been warned that a common car windscreen de-icing trick could result in a fine under the Highway Code. Drivers have been warned that a common windscreen de-icing technique that violates the Highway Code could result in fines, but what should you look for and how much could you be fined? Motorists who use a common trick to de-ice their car during the winter months may face fines. The Highway Code attempts to keep people safe on the roads by imposing a variety of fines, which drivers should be aware of during the winter. As the weather gets colder…

To avoid a £2,500 fine, drivers should conduct winter vehicle inspections. The weather in the United Kingdom is about to turn bitterly cold, so make sure your car is in good working order to avoid breaking the law and risking a hefty fine. Experts warn that a sub-zero arctic blast is on its way from the north, with temperatures in the UK expected to drop below freezing. Drivers are being advised to take extra precautions in their vehicles as the weather becomes colder. According to the Green Flag and Brake report on safe driving and vehicle maintenance, about a fifth…

The Audi A3 Sportback was named the best-used family car in the United Kingdom, beating out BMW, Honda, and Fiat. Practicality, low operating costs, and good fuel efficiency are the main criteria parents look for in a family car, with a budget of around £15,500. The Audi A3 Sportback has been named the best-selling family car in the United Kingdom, beating out Honda, Fiat, BMW, and Volkswagen models. A survey of 2,000 parents with children under the age of 16 looked at their budget and criteria for their next family car, and the 2017 Audi A3 with petrol power was…

From a tyre check to a de-icing hack, here are some driving tips to keep you safe as the Arctic front sweeps the United Kingdom. The UK is set to see treacherous roads as a cold front sweeps across the country, with temperatures dropping to -12C in some areas. Halfords’ Motoring Director offered his top safety advice. The weather is expected to get even colder this week, with temperatures expected to plummet in an Arctic weather front over the next ten days. Meteorologists predict that parts of the UK will experience temperatures as low as -12°C, increasing the risk of…

Every time they turn left out of their driveway, the enraged pair must pay £12.50. The home of George and Vera Dowler is located on the ultra low emission zone (ULEZ) border in London, which means that if they turn left, they will enter a zone where their older automobiles will be charged. A couple is enraged that the development of London’s “ultra low emissions zone” means they’ll have to pay £12.50 every time they leave their driveway. George and Vera Dowler’s house lies on the outskirts of Eltham’s new ULEZ zone, which means that if they turn left past…

The ‘Level 2’ Tesla Model Y ‘Full-Self-Driving’ Beta Car Drove into the Wrong Lane | The Accident Caused ‘Serious Damage.’ (Image courtesy of Craventure Media on Unsplash) Tesla Model Y ‘Full-Self-Driving’ Beta Car Drove Into Wrong Lane | Accident Caused ‘Severely Damaged’ On Nov. 3, a Tesla Model Y allegedly crashed in Brea, Los Angeles, while in “Full Self-Driving” or FSD beta mode. This is the first time Tesla’s contentious driver assistance system has been used in an accident. The Tesla Model Y suffered’severe damage.’ According to The Verge, the event was most likely the first time the company’s highly…

The top 50 things that make British people angry, including BMW drivers who don’t use their indicators. Irate British citizens appear to have a variety of grievances, with line jumping, rudeness, and hidden costs near the top of the list. BMW drivers not utilizing their indicators, getting locked out of the house – and “jobsworths” are among the top 50 things that make us angry. Other annoying issues discovered in the research of 2,000 adults include no heating, people eating loudly, and line jumpers. Four out of ten people are irritated by “those who believe rules don’t apply to them,”…

On a zebra crossing, an idiot vehicle nearly smashes a woman and a child. On Chew Valley Road in Greenfield, Manchester, a motorist nearly runs over a woman and her child at a zebra crossing. The car in front of us captured everything on his dashcam and reported it to the cops. After making the dumb decision to overtake a stopped automobile at a zebra crossing, a driver nearly collided with a woman and her child. At 8.45 a.m. on Tuesday, a car observes the mother at the crossing and slows down and stops so she and the child may…

As the nights grow darker, the DVLA sends an eye check warning to drivers who risk a £1,000 punishment. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, or DVLA, is urging people to get their eyes checked now that the clocks have gone back and the nights are drawing in, or face a £1,000 fine. The DVLA has warned drivers that as the clocks fall back and the nights draw in, they must be able to see 20 meters ahead of them – the minimal standard for road users. A new rule, implemented in 2001, required drivers to be able to read…

In a furious parking note placed on the van, a’sickened’ NHS staff inquired if he had Alzheimer’s. Steve Madden, an NHS worker, said a note left on his van questioned whether he had Alzheimer’s disease. When he finishes a late shift, he says he parks wherever he can. A message put on an NHS worker’s van questioned whether he had Alzheimer’s, according to the worker. Steve Madden, 54, who works at Liverpool Royal Hospital, said his shifts frequently end late in the evening. He parks anywhere he can after his drive home, which is often away from his own road…

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