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For some of us who are getting older, the risk of being “caught short” in a traffic jam for several hours is a serious worry. For this and other reasons, can you suggest any vehicles (other than vans)...
For a dozen or so years I have had a ‘Trafficmaster’ device on my dashboard that indicated when motorways and other major roads ahead were congested. It operated via sensors and transmitters on bridges...
Every time I venture onto the M25 I drive at a good speed of up to 70mph from junction 21A for miles past Watford, Rickmansworth and the M40 junction without any speed restriction, amidst lots of equally...
I have used a Trafficmaster Freeway unit for many years, it is a low cost, efficient way of receiving traffic alerts. I have been informed that this unit will not be supported after June 2012. Two alternatives...
Yesterday my partner and I were returning to Nottingham via Birmingham from a weekend in Hampshire. We set off from Four Marks at about 1.30 in order to avoid the worst of the traffic. On the A34 we were...
Although the obvious answer to traffic behaviour when two carriageways go down to one is to move up to the front on both lanes (as taught by the IAM I believe) it occurs to me that because of the care...
After yet another inordinately long wait in a police induced traffic jam recently, I eventually slowly passed the scene of a bad accident. Rubber necking as I do, not to observe any gore, but to check...
 

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