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Motorists 'confused' by car insurance policies

Many motorists are confused by various aspects of car insurance policies, a study has found.

According to Swinton Insurance, 1 in 3 drivers mistakenly think they are fully covered to drive another person's car if they have comprehensive car insurance in place.

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Hands-free phones 'just as distracting to drivers as hand-held mobiles'

Using a hands-free phone can be just as distracting to motorists as hand-held mobiles, a new study has warned.

According to psychologists at the University of Sussex, conversations over hands-free sets can prompt a driver to visualise what they are talking about.

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Overweight pets 'a big problem', says charity

An animal charity has warned that obesity among pets is now a "big problem" across the UK.

According to the PDSA, approximately one in three dogs and one in four cats are either overweight or obese.

A recent survey of veterinary professionals by the charity revealed that most expect this problem to continue growing.

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Hundreds of children aged under 17 are committing multiple driving offences, a new study has revealed.

According to Churchill Car Insurance, 923 underage drivers have been prosecuted at least twice for motoring transgressions.

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Technology 'a bigger distraction to drivers than alcohol'

Technology is increasingly being seen by drivers as a bigger distraction than alcohol, a new survey has revealed.

According to research by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM), 23 per cent of motorists feel drink-driving is a bigger threat than it was three years ago.

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Cheap pet toys 'can be harmful to animals'

Pet owners have been encouraged to pay a premium in order to get the best toys for their animals.

According to White Cross Vets, many people accept that products marketed as pet toys are fit for purpose.

However, the organisation said that many are actually quite badly made and can therefore be harmful, the Manchester Evening News reports.

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House prices continue to rise

House prices across the UK are continuing to head upwards, according to a new report.

Figures from Halifax indicate that house prices between July and September 2015 were two per cent higher than they had been in the previous quarter.

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Low-deposit mortgages coming on to the market

Aspiring buyers are being offered mortgage products by major lenders that require them to put down a relatively small deposit.

Santander and Nationwide are two major names offering 95 per cent loan-to-value home loans, which means borrowers must pay a deposit of just five per cent.

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Many van owners 'unaware of roadworthiness rules'

Many van operators are not aware of legislation concerning the roadworthiness of their vehicles, a new study has indicated.

According to VansA2Z, more than eight in ten owner-operators do not know how law on corporate manslaughter applies to them.

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Drivers 'should stay safe and legal' when sharing the road with emergency vehicles

Motorists have been urged not to take unnecessary risks or break the law when an emergency services vehicle is trying to get past.

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