Driving on the wrong side of the road, traffic signs make no sense and the kids are making a racket on the back seat – all stressful ingredients that could lead drivers into danger.
A survey of 20 UK councils by RAC has revealed that road conditions across the country continue to decline as the impact of Government budget cuts has forced many councils to undertake short-term repairs rather than fund permanent solutions.
Leading automotive insurer, Warranty Direct, is now on hand to assist motorists stranded at the roadside, after launching a new breakdown recovery product.
Mondial Assistance UK is launching an iPhone App to provide roadside assistance services to MINI owners. Designed to help owners who get into motoring difficulty, the App provides a direct link to MINI Emergency Service and is a further development of “Direct Assist”, launched earlier this year.
Confused.com is urging motorists to top up their tanks and consider breakdown cover for any journeys this weekend as petrol retailers warn that supplies could run out.
With weather forecasters predicting that the current cold snap may last for some time, new research from The Co-operative Insurance highlights the prevalence of breakdowns and the most common motor maintenance mystifiers.
As snow and ice falls on parts of Britain with more forecast, insurer MORE TH>N is offering the following advice on surviving the cold.
As the nights draw in, and temperatures drop to freezing, moneysupermarket.com urges motorists to take care behind the wheel and ensure they are covered for winter conditions and breakdowns.
Road users are more likely to have an accident during a Friday evening rush hour in November than at any other time during the year.
The Europ Assistance Group is pursuing its dynamic of integrating new technologies into its service and product offer by launching MyMobility, a free iPhone and iPad 4.0 application that will enable all Europ Assistance Group customers with an iPhone throughout the world to access numerous functions that facilitate daily driving.
Independent financial research company Defaqto has analysed 288 motor breakdown policies for their coverage on fuel related breakdowns and found that:
As summer draws to a close and parents frantically purchase new school uniforms, shoes and stationery for the start of the autumn term, the return of the school run lurks at the back of many minds.
Almost 6.5 million British adults (14%) are planning to take their cars abroad over the next 12 months, according to new research from Sainsbury's Car Insurance. However, millions of these drivers will, sometimes unwittingly, break the law by engaging in driving acts that are illegal in some foreign countries.
After a well deserved, relaxing holiday, the last thing you need is a stressful car drive back. As a leading provider of roadside assistance, Mondial Assistance is recommending that motorists take a few precautions before they set off, to ensure their vehicle is ready for the drive home and minimise the risk of a breakdown.
In partnership with HSBC, the world’s largest banking group, Mondial Assistance UK has developed a new range of optional roadside assistance benefits for the HSBC Advance account.
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