25 June 2014 at 12:00
Sixty per cent of motorists say there are not enough police on the road
Law-abiding motorists frustrated by the lack of police presence on Britain’s roads now believe there is little chance of law-breakers being caught and prosecuted.
The RAC Report on Motoring 2014* reveals many motorists in 21st century Britain think there is little risk of...
25 June 2014 at 10:15
Criminals will try anything to get their hands on your cash and the used car market is an easy target for unscrupulous operators.
The latest scam to beset unsuspecting buyers are bogus websites offering a secure deposit and payment system for private car purchases.
Even the RAC has been the target of criminals who have used the RAC’s trusted brand n...
11 June 2014 at 11:30
The lasting impression of any holiday is normally the weather, the scenery, the fun and the food, but a new report by the RAC has found that an increasing number of Brits driving abroad come home amazed by the quality and emptiness of European roads, combined with the cheaper price of fuel.
With 4.2m1 motorists choosing to take control and travel to Europe by c...
07 June 2014 at 07:00
Continued strong performance in 2013 lays foundation for future growth
Revenue increased 6% to £486 million in 2013 (2012: £457 million), reflecting growth across the business
EBITDA* increased 12% to £145 million (2012: £129 million), resulting from revenue growth and cost saving...
04 June 2014 at 13:14
The RAC is calling on fuel retailers to reduce the price of diesel at the pumps as the wholesale cost is now almost the same as petrol, yet average forecourt prices are still 6p a litre more expensive.
On Friday 30 May the wholesale price of unleaded was 103.5p a litre while diesel was only half a pence more expensive at 104p a litre. Despite this closing of the gap betwe...
29 May 2014 at 09:40
Nearly half of garages not used to park cars as nation of hoarders demands more space to store household goods
Nearly half (4.6m) of Britain’s 10.6m* garages are no longer being used for what they were intended for, with almost two in five (39%) of drivers saying their garages are so full of household items they can no longer fit their vehicle in.
22 May 2014 at 13:59
More than 12.2m* motorists – two in five – say they will be taking to the road to enjoy the late spring bank holiday whatever the weather according to new figures from the RAC, Britain’s longest-running motoring organisation.
Saturday is predicted to be the busiest day of the long weekend, with some 3.5m ...
20 May 2014 at 16:12
Budding British writers are being given the opportunity to win £500 and have a short story published by the RAC following the launch of a national competition aimed at bringing to life the experience of driving in Europe.
Stories should encompass the theme of driving abroad within the European Union and the competition will be judged by writer Ben Hatch, the author ...
12 May 2014 at 17:11
The RAC has been awarded a five-year contract for Accident Management services by Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions, adding to the current provision of breakdown services already taken across its divisions of cars, commercial vehicles and driving ...
08 May 2014 at 12:13
'White van man' no more likely to have an accident than a car driver
The RAC is urging motorists to give van drivers a break after a new study* found Britain is a nation of ‘vanophobes’.
More than half of those surveyed (57%) believe van drivers’ reputation for bad behaviour at the wheel is deserved with 54% thinking they take less c...