Car breakdowns are expected to escalate to one every four seconds during the hot spell.
Green Flag is urging drivers to examine their vehicles before embarking on their travels, as it predicts that up to 86,000 car breakdowns will occur before Sunday.
Transport for Wales, the not-for-profit company wholly owned by the Welsh Government responsible for driving forward the Welsh Government’s vision for transport in Wales, has appointed three new Non-Executive Directors to its board.
The new board members will join Transport for Wales’ Interim Chair, Nick Gregg and current board members Martin Dorchester and James Price and are: Sarah Howells, Head of Customer Service at Welsh furniture manufacturer, Orangebox, Nikki Kemmery, Head of Health and Safety at Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water and Alison Noon-Jones, Human Resources Director at Leidos Europe.
The company behind the nextbike scheme in Cardiff say the concept deserves to be supported and extended with public or charity support.
MD Julian Scriven says the benefits of cycling need to be experienced by those on lower incomes who cannot afford the current charges, and he’s also planning a range of tricycles and e-bikes.
Eight in 10 motorists believe average speed cameras are more effective and play a greater role in road safety than traditional cameras that catch speeding drivers in one location, says the RAC.
While 70% of those questioned felt traditional speed cameras were effective at getting drivers to slow down at their specific location, 80% said they made little difference beyond where they are sited whole ASCs were thought to be far better at getting drivers to stick to the speed limit with 86% claiming they were very effective.