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Drivers prefer physical controls over touchscreens, raising safety concerns

Vehicles equipped with touchscreens may want to avoid them, drivers have been cautioned. According to research, 89% of drivers prefer physical buttons over digital ones, which could cause problems when trying to sell your car. Yes, people prefer to utilise physical buttons and switches rather than touch controls while operating their cars. According to studies,

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Which European countries are using electric vehicles the most?

New research has revealed the European countries using electric vehicles the most, with Norway coming out on top. The study by electronic registration portal Vignettecroatia.com analysed the latest 2022 data from Eurostat, to see which European countries had the highest percentage of electric vehicles. It found that Norway is leading the way for electric vehicle

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One in seven Brits involved in an accident or near miss due to driving whilst tired

New research from Prima, the car insurance provider, reveals that nearly 6 million UK drivers (16%) admit to getting behind the wheel whilst tired. On average, nearly half of drivers (48%) admitted to driving on less than five hours’ sleep. Others revealed that they fail to take breaks every two hours while driving (21%), despite

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Driving test waiting times still ‘unacceptably high’ at 75% of driving test centres

Waiting times for driving tests are still higher than pre-pandemic levels at three quarters of all driving test centres. In total, 245 driving test centres still had average waits in excess of 6 weeks at the end of January and, of those, almost two-fifths (37%) had waiting times of more than 5 months. The figure

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New data reveals the regions likely to be the most affected by car insurance hikes

A new study has identified which region is home to the households with the most cars or vans, with Birmingham ranking first. Conducted by Insurance experts Howden Insurance, the research utilised data from the 2021 census. The analysis focussed on the number of available cars per household across the top 25 largest regions in England

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Motoring expert shares five signs you need to change your windscreen wipers

As the somewhat unpredictable weather greets us every morning, it’s important that your car is ready to be driven in every condition. Windscreen wipers, in particular, need to be inspected carefully. Faulty or damaged wipers can make your regular morning commute unsafe if your windscreen can’t be properly cleared of rain, dirt, or motorway debris

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Insurance experts share six maintenance checks every motorist should be doing as often as they can

Whilst it is important to routinely check your car as often as you can, performing a thorough annual check can help mitigate the risk of breakdowns occurring later in the year. This can also help you to develop healthy habits to ensure you are aware of how your car is performing and when to get

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