Drive Safer

We believe it’s good thinking to help you stay safer on the road, so we’ve put together a heap of tips and guides on safe driving in one handy place. We’d love to hear your own tips: share them on Facebook and Twitter using #DriveSafer

Is FOMO influencing dangerous driving?

Aviva revealed that one in three drivers admit to using their mobiles while driving. Find out how the 'Fear of Missin...

In which UK area did most people fail our Driving Theory Test?

In which UK area did most people fail our Driving Theory Test?

How do you think experienced drivers would fare if they were to retake their theory test today? Read on to find out, ...

What To Do at The Scene of an Accident

What To Do at The Scene of an Accident

We've teamed up with St John Ambulance to bring you the best practice guide on how to respond at the scene of an acci...

Is Speeding Just a Waste of Time?

Is Speeding Just a Waste of Time?

One of the main reasons why people speed is because they want to get somewhere faster, but does speeding actually cut...

Beyond The Crash: 8 OTHER Reasons Not To Speed

Beyond The Crash: 8 OTHER Reasons Not To Speed

The impact of speeding spreads far wider than the crash. What’s often overlooked may actually be what’s harming us th...

The Psychology of Speeding: Why Do We Do It?

The Psychology of Speeding: Why Do We Do It?

We all know that speeding is dangerous while driving, yet why do motorists continue to do it? Click here to find out ...

8 Most Common Theory Test Mistakes, and How to Avoid Them

8 Most Common Theory Test Mistakes, and How to Avoid Them

From calculating stopping distances to pelican crossing rules, we explore and answer the 8 most commonly failed quest...

In-Car tech: Nine advancements improving our road safety

In-Car tech: Nine advancements improving our road safety

Thanks to advancements in technology, our cars are now safer than ever. From safety features to in-car tech, we look ...

Bad Thinking: Is his petition a good idea?

Bad Thinking: Is his petition a good idea?

If over 40% of people still use their mobile while driving, why wouldn’t anyone sign his petition?

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