The Weekly Roundup

Motorists and passengers in England and Wales are being warned they will soon be breaking the law if they smoke in a vehicle carrying a person under 18. From 1 October, they face fixed penalty fines of £50 – with drivers at risk of being fined twice if they have failed to stop a passenger smoking and are smoking themselves.

Also this week, 36% of us blame our children for the state of our messy motors, according to new research. The research has also revealed that 8% of British motorists admit to having a dirty car – and that our cars can promote the spreading of bacteria such as staphylococcus and eColi.

The Guardian: Motorists alerted over upcoming ban on smoking in cars to prevent surge in fines

AM Online: Car hacking concerns dismissed by security experts

RAC: Nearly 20,000 motorists escape ban

Brake: Charity urges car buyers to put safety first, as survey finds brand more important to young drivers

Express: Clean car? You’re unlikely to have kids

If you have some interesting news that you think should feature in the weekly roundup please comment below and we will take it into consideration for next week’s post. Please follow @GottServices on Twitter or check out the Gott Technical Services Facebook page for more garage equipment related info throughout the week.

Leave a Reply

Sorry, you must be logged in to post a comment.