Building Labourer is the most expensive occupation for car insurance in Wales, new research reveals.
According to the data from Confused.com, Building Labourers are deemed to be the ‘riskiest’ drivers in Wales, paying a staggering £1,649, per year for their car insurance, on average, waiters pay £1,522 and car valet people are washed out with £1,426 while council workers get it for just £320 average and the highest costs are scored by footballers at £3,377.
Tesco is doing a little bit for the UK green drive, says the RAC and ZapMap.
It has set up nearly 300 car recharging points at selected stores but it also has one of the lowest percentages of points relative to total outlets, just 4%, while Asda has them at 20% of locations and Morrisons has the greatest rapid charge points.
The Ford F-Series is the best selling pickup again with just over 1M registrations, mostly in North America and Canada.
However the most widely sold pickup is the Toyota Hilux with 550,361 registered in 140 countries,according to focus2move.
New research commissioned by the insurers Zurich and Cebr, an economic consultancy has revealed that the number of potholes in the UK will rise by nearly a fifth if government investment remains at current levels.
Further to this, if Boris Johnson’s pledges at the general election with regards to road investment are met, only one in four potholes in the UK will be resolved.
Freight companies have welcomed an announcement from the Department for Transport that it is funding more than £93m in improvements to the road network.
Christopher Snelling, Head of UK Policy at FTA said,“FTA and its members are thrilled the DfT has announced this funding programme; the road network has been subject to chronic underinvestment for many years,” but it added that it needs to go further.