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I am looking at changing my car for one which will be used on the motorway extensively. My budget is £8000. I have already test driven the manual 2.0 Insignia SRi diesel (160bhp and 17" alloys) and think...
Driving along a three lane motorway, rule 264 states that "Always drive in the left hand lane, except when overtaking". When driving in the left hand lane, I have often wondered why TWO overtaking lanes...
I have driven a SEAT Leon Cupra 1.8 20VT for the last 10 years. I can hardly fault it, but it's time to change cars because the SEAT is getting old, and also my wife finds any long journey in my car a...
I am soon to buy a new car. I need one around four metres long with a bit of "poke". My driving is mainly mountain roads and motorways. I have three cars in mind, the Suzuki Swift Sport, SEAT Ibiza 105TSI...
People appear to think they have the right to join a trunk road or motorway from a slip road by just putting on their indicator and pulling out into the stream of traffic regardless of a vehicle being...
So we now have specific offences listed that were already covered by the likes of 'due care and attention' or 'careless driving' but overtaking on the left apparently is listed now. Imagine in the, rare...
There has been much in the press recently about the Centre Lane Owners Group on motorways. The 1999 edition of the Highway Code stated in Rule 238 on Lane Discipline: "If you are overtaking a number of...
I would appreciate your explanation of the new offence of hogging the centre lane on a motorway. Unless the motorway is relatively empty, keeping to the inside lane involves constant overtaking of slow...
I have grave misgivings about on-the-spot-fines, as they turn the police into witness, prosecutor and judge rolled into one. A minority of police are over-zealous, target-driven or just wish to impress...
I believe that people who drive solely in the centre lane do so because they can switch off mentally. They follow the car in front and adjust their speed to that car which means they have no awareness...
 

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