What's Driving the Rally in Equity Markets?

Sept. 26 — Kerry Craig, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses the timing of the next Fed rate hike, the rally in stocks and … Read the rest of the article here



Peugeot 308 GTi long-term test review: sibling competition

Our car has a cheaper, less powerful sibling. Which is better? Our Peugeot 308 GTi 270 is the crème de la crème of the range, but there is a cheaper sibling to consider: the 308 GTi 250. The 266bhp GTi 270 covers 0-62mph in 6.0sec, versus 6.2sec in the 247bhp GTi 250, and its list…



A driverless future is coming — but it won't start with self-driving cars

It's a lot easier to build autonomous tech for highway driving than city maneuvering. On highways, there are fewer obstacles for the vehicles to worry … Read the rest of the article here



FROM THE ARCHIVES: High gas prices force students to look for new ways to get around

“I'm not driving nearly as much. I'm not taking as many unnecessary trips as I was before,” said Melissa Bersey, a freshman from Shelley, Idaho. Read the rest of the article here



News story: New THINK! campaign to improve cyclists’ safety

Cyclists in London and Manchester are being encouraged to ‘hang back’ from lorries in a safety campaign launched today (26 September 2016) by Road Safety Minister Andrew Jones to reduce the number of deaths. Riding a bike is very safe, and is greener, healthier and more sustainable than other forms of transport but cutting the…



Smart motorway lay-bys labelled 'death zones' by unimpressed drivers

Drivers have described emergency lay-bys on smart motorways as "death zones" and "desperate unreachable havens". Highways England guidance … Read the rest of the article here



Young Sunderland drivers four times more likely to be involved in car crashes

In the past five years, there have been five fatal accidents in the city involving younger motorists, with 39 serious accidents and 433 slight smashes … Read the rest of the article here



Young Sunderland drivers four times more likely to be involved in car crashes

In the past five years, there have been five fatal accidents in the city involving younger motorists, with 39 serious accidents and 433 slight smashes … Read the rest of the article here



Young drivers on South Tyneside four times more likely to be involved in car accidents

Road Safety GB North East Chairman Paul Watson and Gateshead Council s Road Safety Officer Angela Burnett urge drivers to take it easy. Read the rest of the article here



Removing motorway hard shoulders increases danger, say motorists

An AA survey shows that eight out of 10 drivers believe all-lane motorway programmes increase risk in the event of a breakdown Removing hard shoulders on smart motorways has made them more dangerous, according to a survey of drivers by the AA. Eight out of 10 of the 20,845 respondents felt that by opening up…



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