The Weekly Roundup

In this week’s roundup, we take a look at the new laws in place to help tackle bad driving. They will give Police the authority to issue £100 fixed penalty fines and 3 points for offences such as tailgating and middle-lane hogging, and sees fines for using your mobile while driving or not wearing a seatbelt to increase by £40 to £100.

In other news, more consumers are asking for emissions information as part of the used car buying process. And in this week’s final story, Auto Trader reveals the strange emotional attachments we have with our cars and why we struggle to let them go!

Auto Scene: Bad driving on Agenda 

AM Online: Used buyers consider going green for financial gain

HGV UK: Student's road sign revolution

Telegraph: 'I don't need help with my driving, I'm male' - women more likely to want to improve

Auto Trader: Survey reveals relationships with cars mimic relationships with people

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