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Supermarkets should reduce fuel prices according to transport body

Supermarkets should reduce fuel prices according to transport body

(Posted on 15/02/18)

The RAC is making a fresh plea to Britain’s big four supermarkets to cut at least another 2p a litre off petrol and diesel following further reductions in the wholesale cost of fuel.Following the RAC’s appeal for a 3p pump price cut last week the supermarkets responded with cuts of varying levels with Asda leading the...

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Zero tolerance approach to speeding for the police?

Zero tolerance approach to speeding for the police?

(Posted on 01/02/18)

Drivers exceeding the speed limit by 10mph or less should not escape penalties according to a leading police chief.Speaking at the National Roads Policing Conference, National Police Chiefs’ Council Lead on Roads Policing, Chief Constable Anthony Bangham talked about the new refreshed roads policing strategy. He...

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Driver misery as road maintenance shortfall unveiled

Driver misery as road maintenance shortfall unveiled

(Posted on 25/01/18)

Drivers using local roads could be faced with further congestion and maintenance issues as a funding shortfall is unveiled.National roads – motorways and major trunk roads – will receive 52 times more government funding per mile by 2020, compared to local roads maintained by councils.The Local Government Association (...

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MOTs will remain on a three-year cycle after Government cites safety concerns

MOTs will remain on a three-year cycle after Government cites safety concerns

(Posted on 18/01/18)

Ministers have put road safety first as they have decided to maintain the period before a car’s first MOT test at three years.The move comes after a Department for Transport (DfT) consultation last year to consider changing the wait before the first test to four years.Most of those responding to the consultation were against...

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RAC warns of pump price misery as oil hits $70 a barrel

RAC warns of pump price misery as oil hits $70 a barrel

(Posted on 11/01/18)

The price of a barrel of oil is above $70 for the first time in more than three years, potentially spelling misery for motorists at the pump throughout 2018.Data from RAC Fuel Watch shows that the cost of a barrel was last over $70 on 3 December 2014 when a price of $70.22 was recorded. As a result, there is likely to be a knock...

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