Posting selfies behind the wheel, horn-happy drivers and litterbugs have been voted by Brits as the top modern day driving irritations, in a Kwik Fit poll.
Over half (57%) of Brits surveyed said that being tailgated by other road users is the biggest driving annoyance, whilst aggressive driving (55%) and failing to indicate (53%) also grinds their gears while digital devices continue to distract drivers, with texting at the wheel (47%), using social media whilst driving (31%) and taking selfies (24%) featuring in the top 20 modern day driving nuisances.
The Peugeot 108 Collection and TOP! Roland Garros models have been added to the range.
Buyers can personalise these models to suit tastes with bright colours inside and out finished off with unique decals and wheels.
Staycations and domestic trips in leisure vehicles are on the rise.
The Motorhome and Caravan Show 2017 heads to Birmingham’s NEC from 17 to 22 October, as the NCC says production of touring caravans was up 13.7% in the first six months of 2017 compared to the same period last year, while motorhome registrations rose by 11.3%.
A funding row threatens the next stage in the development of the Wales and Borders rail franchise which Welsh Government want to tie up in the next few weeks.
The Department for Transport want to retain a massive rebate by the train companies to pay for track improvements although the services will be managed from Wales with investment by Welsh Government.