Get your child’s car ready for the road

Get your child’s car ready for the road

For many parents, the moment where their child passes their test and sets off for their first solo drive can inflict feelings of pride and worry. In order to ease that worry, it’s good to…
Old habits need to die hard

Old habits need to die hard

You may have read our blog post in October last year, notifying you of proposed legislation changes that affect drivers who use mobile phones whilst behind the wheel. Today, 1 March 2017, these changes come…
The consequences of speeding

The consequences of speeding

When it comes to driving safely, speeding is a big cause for concern. The faster you travel, the longer the braking distance, and the quicker your reaction times have to be to avoid certain situations.…
Swinging low, sweet sunshine!

Swinging low, sweet sunshine!

You may have read an earlier blog where we discussed the increased dangers of driving when the clocks strike back – if so you should be up to speed with some tips and tricks to…
20 years of the theory test

20 years of the theory test

It may come as a surprise, but this year the theory test turned twenty years old. The test  has helped towards making the UK’s roads a safer place by ensuring that road users have a better…
3 billion miles of data*

3 billion miles of data*

This month, thanks to all of our customers and supporters over the past six years, we have managed to reach a truly huge milestone - collecting 3 billion miles of driving data. This is a…
When the clocks strike back

When the clocks strike back

Sunday 30th October 2016. Clocks go back and we can all look forward to an extra hour in bed. However, what we don’t think about is how this will have an effect on our driving…