Monthly Archives: February 2015

Here at duck2water we have long been singing the praises of telematics car insurance, and it seems that young drivers have started to take note. Good news for telematics Thisismoney.co.uk reported that thanks to an increase in the amount of young people installing black box technology, studies have shown that young drivers benefitted most from

February 27, 2015
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The high costs associated with learning to drive, and then actually driving, are often a shock to learners. With the rising costs of lessons, provisional licenses and tests to consider before you even begin to think about a car, it is easy to see how costs can quickly feel overwhelming. Soaring costs The severity of

February 19, 2015
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For many new drivers the possibility of crashing their pride and joy is a sobering thought – and something that can play on their minds. However, one thing you don’t tend to think about is phantom car crashes, or fake crashes, although according to recent statistics they are becoming more and more of an issue.

February 18, 2015
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David Stewart, the Minister of Scottish Parliament for Highlands and Islands, and road safety campaigner, met with the UK’s Junior Transport Minister, Claire Perry. They discussed the introduction of a new scheme, which will restrict licences for young drivers across Scotland. As a road safety campaigner, Stewart is passionate when saying he is looking to

February 18, 2015
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There has been some debate among government members in recent weeks over the impact young drivers have on the road, and the risks to overall road safety they pose. Graduated driver licensing Many have discussed the idea of implementing graduated driving licensing (GDL), with BBC News stating that Earl Attlee has insisted that this is

February 12, 2015
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