Ford has started to produce its awesome new Police Interceptor saloon model with EcoBoost engines, while retaining its title of world’s quickest accelerating pursuit vehicle.
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British drivers are more likely to break speed limits in company cars rather than their own, according to new data. A study from telematics provider Masternaut has revealed that almost half of UK motorists who have to drive as part of their job have admitted to speeding while at work.
Drivers from Wales are the most likely to have drink or drug-driving convictions, according to a new survey. The study, undertaken by MoneySuperMarket, analysed data from more than 11 million car insurance claims from the past year to find the best and worst areas for such offences.
Parents who “race” to drop their children off at school in the mornings are being urged to be more considerate of road safety. A debate in the House of Commons on traffic controls outside schools heard that some parents may be ignoring road rules and putting others at risk, simply to get their kids to class on time.
The Nissan LEAF is officially the best-selling electric vehicle in the world, according to the latest figures released by the manufacturer. A total of 148,700 LEAF models have been sold globally since it debuted in 2010, and the electric supermini has also gathered a wide range of awards, including being named World Car of the Year in 2011.
British drivers are divided over an EU bid to increase the number of electric charging points throughout the country. Just over half of those drivers polled in a recent survey think that a more extensive charging point network would be a positive development.