The Weekly Roundup

“I need to get home, my dog is in labour!” Cambridgeshire Police have published a list of fairly feeble justifications given by offending motorists, in a bid to underline the importance of sensible road use.

In other news, one manufacturer has announced that their cars will soon be fitted with seats that trigger a "safe" emergency stop if a driver suffers a heart attack. The technology is being developed in response to the world's ageing population and older people's reluctance to give up driving.

RAC: Speedsters not slow with excuses

Matters of Testing: MOT refresher training to be suspended

AM Online: Plug-in car sales continue to rise

Fleet News: Drivers not aware of link between CO2 and BIK tax

Telegraph: Cars of future 'will detect heart attacks' in drivers

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