The Weekly Roundup

A survey carried out by road safety charity Brake and Allianz Insurance reveals that eight in 10 people think 20mph should be the norm around schools, on residential streets, and in village, town and city centres. Areas that have already introduced 20mph limits have seen significant reductions in casualties.

In other news, The new Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has been created with the merger of the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency and the Driving Standards Agency. It means a range of motoring services such as driving tests, vehicle testing, operator licensing and MOT supervision are now brought together within the one organisation.

Brake: Eight in 10 back 20mph limits as charity takes campaign to parliament

Aftermarket Online: Wind powered engines set for UK roads

Telegraph: Motorists' confusion over how to pass a horse

Auto Express: Parking on the pavement should be banned, says Guide Dogs charity

RAC: VOSA and DSA merger creates DVSA

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