A ban on smoking in cars carrying children will be introduced in Wales on 1 October, Health Minister Mark Drakeford has confirmed.
People caught flouting the new law will face a £50 on-the-spot fine.
ROAD SAFETY organisation GEM Motoring Assist says better regulation of eyesight tests for drivers would cut collisions and make Britain’s roads safer.
GEM says a detailed test of a driver’s visual acuity and field of view should be required every 10 years.
DVLA Personalised Registrations’ first live three-day auction of 2015 will also mark the first time one of its live sales will feature registrations from Northern Ireland, creating opportunities for nicknames, that use Z like Baz, Kaz, Daz and Dez.
Significantly, the move ensures the letter Z will be included in the three-day event which gets underway on February 25 at The Nottingham Belfry Hotel, Nottingham.
FTA’s solving the Driver Crisis Summit has proved so popular that people wishing to attend the event are now on a waiting list for places – as over 600 delegates have already registered to be there.
The Freight Transport Association has been inundated with bookings for its one-day Industry Summit – ‘Solving the Driver Crisis’ – which is aimed at tackling the chronic shortage of qualified professional drivers, a clear indication of how seriously the transport industry takes the issue and how determined it is to find solutions to the problem.
TomTom today announced a multi-year agreement with Volkswagen Group, one of the world’s leading automobile manufacturers and the largest car maker in Europe, to bring its traffic service to their cars across Europe, beginning with Audi and Volkswagen.
TomTom is a global leader in traffic information, with one of the most extensive bases of real-time GPS probes in the world, detecting the actual traffic situation on all roads.
Arriva Trains Wales will get a share of a £50Million programme to install Wi-Fi on trains under UK Government plans.
It is part of a massive investment to get more people onto rail.
Frazer-Nash Research and Ecotive, the makers of the all-new Metrocab, are proud to confirm that the Metrocab has become the first zero-emission-capable taxi to be licensed by Transport for London to operate on a trial basis as a London Hackney Carriage.
The first few Metrocabs are already on the streets of London transporting fare-paying customers around the capital for the first time.