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Traffic light rules in the UK

The UK’s traffic light colours conform to the international norm of red, yellow (amber) and green, but their phasing is different from some other countries. What is the traffic light phase or cycle? Lights go from red to red and

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Driving in an earthquake

Large earthquakes aren’t common in the UK (in fact, the largest we’ve ever had was only 6.1 on the Richter scale and was offshore), but they are common in other countries that you might take a driving holiday in, such

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10 Motorbikes That Will Hold Their Resale Value

When you purchase a new motorcycle, it is always in the back of your mind how much value it will retain when it’s time to buy your next bike. The good news is that whether you are into Harley Davidsons,

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Buying a new car: why do all new cars have some miles on the clock?

All new cars will have some mileage on the odometer because they have to be driven. It starts by a short drive from the factory into a holding yard for a short test. Then they are driven from their position in

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Can you drive if you are ill or disabled?

There are two questions here: Should you drive if you are ill or disabled? Are you allowed to drive if you are ill or disabled? It depends on the illness as to which question you need to ask. If you

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The ultimate guide to lorry fuel economy

Trucking is a cutthroat business with thin margins, so anything you can do to save fuel makes a big difference to the profitability of the company. Don’t come to a stop unless absolutely necessary:  acceleration, anticipation and braking sense Getting

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Which drivers are most at risk of having an accident?

talking on mobile phone when driving

Young drivers Drivers under 25 make up the largest proportion of people involved in accidents. As driving is complex and relies on experience as a teacher, young drivers’ lack of experience increases the risk. Young drivers can react more quickly

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