It’s officially the end of summer! We know it’s always a sad state of affairs to say goodbye to the sunshine for another year, but as the days become noticeably colder and darker – the seasonal changes can also bring about a change in driver behaviour.
Looking in your rear-view mirror and seeing the flash of blue lights and hearing sirens in the far distance is something we all would have encountered at one point since passing our test. Most of the time it’s easy enough to pull over and let them squeeze past, but occasionally it can catch you off guard and send you into a bit of a panic if you aren’t expecting it.
Imagine never having to order a cab, being able to have that extra glass of wine, and never dealing with road rage fuelled morons ever again? It sounds like a dream come true doesn’t it!? But realistically it is still early days, and it will be a while before this will ever be a true way of life for all motorists.
The laws in some countries do make you wonder what an earth they were thinking when they came up with such unusual motoring regulations!
If you’re feeling a road trip and want to hit up somewhere special before the nice weather disappears, here’s a few places you can visit in the UK!
Even once you’ve passed your test, recognising and differentiating traffic signs can be somewhat confusing. A warning sign and a sign giving orders may look similar because of their colour, but their shape is what makes them completely different.
Since the initial idea was first proposed early this year, it has now been confirmed that learner drivers will be allowed to practice on the motorway from 2018.
It’s nearly that time of year again where Marmalade will be taking 10 lucky young drivers and their parents to one of Europe’s most famous racetracks – Rockingham!
The world has lost a great role model today… The famous English children’s author Michael Bond has sadly passed away at the fruitful age of 91. Famous for the likes of “A Guinea Pig Named Olga da Polga”, the 1968 BBC television series “The Herbs”, and selling over 35 million books worldwide – Bond certainly left a legacy behind.