The Weekly Roundup

A growing number of motorists are installing ‘dash cams’ in their cars following the rise in ‘Flash for Crash’ claims last week. The £300 video cameras are being used to protect the driver against being wrongly blamed for crashes – and to shop other drivers to police!

In other news, Road Safety Charity ‘Brake’ is urging parents to wise up on child seat safety as every year more than 700 children under the age of 8 are killed or seriously injured on UK Roads. A survey of 1,000 parents revealed that only 16% would use a child seat in their car up until the child is at the recommended height of 150cm tall.

Daily Mail: Motorists fit £300 'dash cams' to help convict crash-for-cash gangs

Aftermarket Online: Technicians pay rate increasing

BBC News: Scare or Scary? Should 1980s cars be saved from the scrap yard? (VIDEO)

Telegraph: The driverless car has been tested on British roads for the first time

Brake: Parents urged to wise up on child seats as part of national Beep Beep! Day campaign to save little lives

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