The Weekly Roundup

Almost a fifth of drivers have driven the morning after a night of heavy drinking, even when they think they could have been over the limit, according to a new AA-Populus survey*. The anti-drink driving campaign is digitally-focused and exclusively aimed towards 18-34 year old men.

In other news, the fight against motor insurance fraud has a new weapon in the form of an industry data sharing service. MyLicence will enable more accurate pricing by insurers and lower premiums for honest drivers, says Transport minister Claire Perry.

The AA: Almost a fifth of drivers have driven the morning after a night of festivities

Autoscene UK: Vertu Motors steers growth with help from Gott

Brake: Science fact, not fiction: Brake, the road safety charity, welcomes ‘driverless’ vehicles trial as an important step for road safety

Matters of Testing: 5 things our customers ask us about MOT

RAC: New system will fight insurance fraud

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