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Private parking companies obtained 4.71 million vehicle-keeper records from the DVLA in the last financial year, according to a report from the RAC Foundation.
Over three quarters (78%) of drivers in England and Wales now use a satnav or smartphone to guide them on journeys.
West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion has announced funding for an additional 1,000 places on a young driver safety scheme.
As of December this year, the driving test in the UK will change to include the use of a sat nav, Auto Express reports.
The growing number of potholes on UK roads, combined with the lack of spare wheels in new cars, is thought to have contributed to a rise of nearly 200,000 in roadside breakdowns in 2016, Auto Express reports.
While consumers seem yet to be convinced by autonomous vehicles, the UK government is steaming ahead with plans to introduce the technology to the country's roads.
In its Business Plan 2017 to 2018, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has outlined its plans to introduce digital driving licences, Trusted Reviews reports.
The Annual Local Authority Road Maintenance survey by the Asphalt Industry Alliance (AIA) has highlighted the poor condition of local roads in the UK.
GEM Motoring Assist is calling for better regulations of eyesight tests for drivers, in order to make the UK's roads safer and reduce collisions.
Purposely driving too close to the vehicle in front is not only an annoyance to motorists, it is also incredibly dangerous.
After a petition calling for the introduction of price caps for young drivers received more than 180,000 signatures, the Government has said it will discuss the possibility of limiting premium prices, Auto Express reports
The UK's biggest independent road safety charity, IAM RoadSmart, has raised concerns that drivers could become too reliant on autonomous gadgets.
While there were no concrete initiatives aimed at tackling the UK's poor air quality, the Chancellor noted in his Spring Budget that the Treasury will "continue to explore the appropriate tax treatment for diesel vehicles" and that ministers will "engage with stakeholders ahead of making any tax changes at Autumn Budget 2017".
Nissan is conducting the first tests of self-driving cars on public roads in the UK, using prototypes of its Leaf model with enhanced autonomous driver technology, BT News reports.
The government has been facing increasing pressure to reduce the drink-drive limit in England and Wales so that it is in line with the limit in Scotland.
Data from RAC Fuel Watch has revealed that, although pump prices flatlined last month, motorists in the UK are still paying more for fuel than they have in over two years.
Coinciding with tougher penalties for drivers caught using a phone at the wheel, which came into force on 1 March, police forces across the country began a week-long crackdown on illegal phone use.
New legislation coming into force today will see drivers caught texting, calling or using an app while driving face a £200 on-the-spot fine and six points on their licence, the Daily Telegraph reports.
There has been a lot of debate over autonomous vehicles and whether motorists would welcome the technology.
A Freedom of Information request made by BBC South East has revealed that as many as 10,000 people are continuing to legally drive on roads in the UK despite having received 12 or more penalty points on their licence, the RAC reports.