Click4Reg.co.uk conducted a survey yielding 1,023 responses from licensed UK drivers to find out what habit most infuriates.
Some of the key findings were: Not indicating is the most annoying driving habit; Women are more guilty of bad parking; Males admit to speeding more than women; Elderly drivers are ranked the most annoying on the roads and people find young male drivers more annoying than young female drivers.
The RAC’s orange patrols attended more than 2,000 breakdowns that are likely to be attributed to potholes in the three months to the end of 2019 – 300 more than during the same period in 2018, new analysis of RAC breakdown data released to coincide with National Pothole Day has showed.
Of all the breakdowns experienced by the RAC’s individual members in 2019, just short of 9,200 were for pothole-related faults such as distorted wheels, broken suspensions springs and damaged shock absorbers.
Germany stands to loose about 410,000 jobs this decade due to the demise of traditional powertrains and the expansion of electric vehicles, according to business sources quoted in the daily paper Handelsblatt.
EVs require fewer parts, a different assembly process and less maintenance so the jobs will disappear across the industry and dealerships.
China Association of Automobile Manufacturers has warned of a modest 2% growth in car sales this year.
That contrasts with an 8% drop last year as it struggled with demand and over supply as manufacturers had flooded into the market with new models while buyers held off due to prices.
A London icon is about to become a familiar sight in Japan, as London Electric Vehicle (LEVC) launched its electric TX model in Tokyo.
The original London taxi, now totally redesigned for the 21st Century, is a purpose-built high-quality model suitable for both the taxi and premium shuttle markets, with ample space for six passengers, wheelchair access and renowned eCity technology.