Using a mobile whilst driving has reached ‘epidemic proportions’ – is the law about to get tougher?

New research suggests that the number of people who use mobile phones behind the wheel in the UK has quadrupled over the last two years. The survey suggests that drivers have no fear that they will be caught by Police. Read More

Exceptional Hardship – Are penalty points pointless?

Penalty points are dished out to drivers when they are caught committing motoring offences – anything from speeding or using their phone behind the wheel to driving uninsured. Points usually come with a fine, and there are usually knock-on implications for the price of a driver’s annual car insurance policy in the long run. Read More