After a decade of decline, vehicle theft numbers appear to be increasing all over the UK. The good news is, thanks to the improvements in car security technology it’s possible to take precautions. Below are the staggering statistics of vehicle theft in the UK in recent years.
More drivers than ever are considering making the switch to electric vehicles as they are more cost-effective, better for the environment, and may even be safer. But how far can they travel? What is their range before having to re-charge? This infographic looks at 5 electric cars With the longest range.
Did you know that transport has evolved dramatically over time? From the earliest incarnations that saw us travel slowly across land or sea, to the multi-billion dollar industry that can cross almost any terrain all over the world, transport is constantly changing. This infographic breaks down a long period of history into five simple and impactful examples of the transport that shaped each era.
In order to get a driver’s license in New York state, you should have a minimum of 16 years and have held your learner’s permit for at least six months. Furthermore, you ought to have driven for a minimum of 50 hours of practice driving. This infographic looks at the process for obtaining a New York driver license.
To help drivers experiencing financial hardship during COVID-19, auto insurers are refunding premiums. Are policyholders getting a good deal? Find out in this infographic, courtesy of AutoInsurance.org.
A recent survey by Refused Car Finance has found that 1 in 3 drivers found the rules during the first COVID-19 lockdown in England to be ‘confusing’. The survey showed that drivers didn’t understand the ever changing rules as to where you can and can’t drive, how far and for what reasons. They also found that over 1/4 of drivers said that they have shared a car with someone outside of their household or support bubble.
Did you know that you could spend up to an astonishing £50,000 in your lifetime on fuel alone? But help is at hand! This infographic shows you how just a few simple changes to the way you drive could help to save fuel. From lowering your speed, lightening the weight you carry, selecting the right gear and more, you can implement these five quick and simple tips today.
Car accidents account for 1.35 million deaths per year around the world. It is the leading cause of death for both children and young people between 5 and 29. Speed related crashes in the United States cost American drivers over 40 billion dollars a year. This map displays the deadliest states in the US for fatal car accidents per 100,000 people.
Each day, an average of 29 people across America lose their lives in car crashes that involve a drunk driver. That’s one death every 50 minutes! In 2016 alone, 28% of all traffic-related deaths in the U.S. were a result of crashes involving alcohol-impaired drivers, amounting to 10,497 lives lost. In this infographic, learn which U.S. counties have the most alcohol-impaired driving deaths.
Sometimes, highways become parking lots, trains are late, and everyone’s struggling to get to work on time. But who really is struggling in the so-called “rat race”? What are the best and worst cities for commuting in the U.S.? The team at TitleMax.com have studied the top 100 most populated metropolitan areas in the United States and found the average commute time by city to figure out who has the worst commute.
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