Last quote by Edmund King
Drivers fed up with current cones, congestion, and chaos, will be compensated for delays and have a say in how our roads are run.feedback
Apr 26 2017
Edmund King has most recently been quoted in an article called Driving test to be updated to include satnav training. Edmund King said, “We know that new drivers are a higher risk on the roads, therefore we need to better prepare them for real-world driving. These changes will test drivers in a more realistic manner which is essential to improving their safety once their L-plates are removed.”. Edmund King has been quoted a grand total of 5 times in 5 articles.
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Quotes by Edmund King
Apr 15 2017
We know that new drivers are a higher risk on the roads, therefore we need to better prepare them for real-world driving. These changes will test drivers in a more realistic manner which is essential to improving their safety once their L-plates are removed.feedback
Apr 09 2017
Government and local authorities need to deal with air quality issues in a sensitive and scientific manner rather than just demonising all diesels. We are encouraging Government to introduce a targeted scrappage scheme in urban areas to encourage the faster replacement of older buses, trucks, taxis and other gross polluting vehicles.feedback
Mar 31 2017
We think it could have come up with a graduated system that taxes cars according to carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions combined.feedback
Mar 22 2017
Drivers across the country will be frustrated that even after clear promises were made, upgrades to heavily congested roads could be delayed or scrapped altogether. The public should be told which of the 16 schemes have stalled so that they know if they are stuck on a road to nowhere. The Department for Transport needs to ensure the report's findings are acted on with urgency.feedback
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