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Motorways and urban roads

Darkness on the edge of town

Road safety charity the IAM is offering weekly motoring tips from Britain’s top advanced driver, Peter Rodger. This week he is advising motorists on driving in the dark on the motorway.

Don't cry on the hard shoulder

Nobody wants to be left stranded on the hard shoulder, but if you don’t take care of your car there’s every possibility you will be. Here are my latest tips to guide you through looking after your car, because basic maintenance goes a long way

Driving safely on urban roads

This week’s tips from the IAM’s director of standards, Mark Lewis, are about driving safely on urban roads to minimise the risk of a road incident.

How to cope with a breakdown on the motorway

This week’s tips, from the IAM’s director of policy and research, Neil Greig, are advising drivers on how to cope with a breakdown on the motorway. Read our essential tips to find out more.

No hard shoulder to cry on

All lane running motorways use technology to actively manage the flow of traffic. Driving on them can sometimes be tricky, particularly if you are not a regular user. They use technology to actively manage the flow of traffic and don’t work effectively if motorway users do not use them as they’re supposed to. This week’s tips give advice on how ...