The Weekly Roundup

The 130-car pile up on the A249 Sheppey crossing in Kent earlier this month is a stark reminder of the dangers of driving in fog. The AA have put forward proposals to the Government suggesting that a mandatory motorway lesson would be a good place to start educating new drivers about adapting to bad weather conditions.

New research from Kwik Fit can reveal that more than one in three motorists in the UK admit they are thinking of skipping their next car service. The survey also discovered that 10% of motorists 'never' check their tyres for wear and tear, while 15% are currently experiencing problems with their brakes but not looking to have them repaired.

MSN: Driving in the fog: Why British drivers are still under-prepared

Yahoo: Call to pass on petrol price cuts

AM Online: BEN wants your opinion as it looks to review it's support services

Daily Mail: World's smallest street legal car is 25 inches high, 2ft wide with the license plate IM BIG

RAC: Motorists plan on skipping services

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