The Covid-19 lockdown has reduced traffic on the roads and the number of accidents but has also brought an increase in speeding, according to data from My Policy Group, the telematics and data analytics business.
This is a cause for concern as increasingly erratic driving behaviour could contribute to a rise in road traffic accidents, at a time when emergency services need to focus on fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.
Last year Tracker recovered over £1 million worth of stolen caravans and motorhomes, with theft and recoveries of touring caravans most commonly taking place January-March prior to the Easter holidays.
In addition to owners facing travelling restrictions from the Coronavirus outbreak with a prolonged storage period for their caravan and in turn an increased risk of theft by organised crime syndicates, owners could see their caravans being targeted by petty thieves for its contents.
The Market, will give classic car fans the chance to own a highly collectible limited edition 1987 Lotus Esprit Turbo HC in a ‘no reserve’ auction which will close on Monday 13 April at 7:30pm.
As one of just 21 examples of its kind which were made to celebrate 21 years of Lotus production at its Hethel factory, this particular Lotus Esprit Turbo HC is recorded as number 10 of the limited run. Rarer still, it is one of only five finished in the iconic two-tone ‘Essex Blue’ coachwork.
Car buyers can still browse and buy their perfect Dacia through its online shopping portal, meaning they don’t miss out on some of the most affordable and award-winning new models while having to remain at home at this current time.
Dacia has also scrapped its home delivery costs for all models purchased online, helping cash conscious buyers save an extra £250. Anyone who orders through the platform will then be prioritised for delivery as soon as Dacia retailers are fully operational again.