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Motorists are getting poor value for money from today's 'high tax - low investment' economy.
Sixteen centuries on and little improvement has been made to UK roads since Roman Times.
The RAC Foundation today welcomed the Chancellor's decision to keep fuel duty on ice, at least until November.
Almost one third of drivers who tested positive for illegal drugs were able to pass the roadside "sobriety" tests, according to new research.*
The RAC welcomed the Chancellor's decision to keep fuel duty increase on ice for a further 6 months.
Attitudes are hardening against road pricing, warns the RAC Foundation.
Motorists are in danger of crashing because of an inability to decipher all the information that is thrown at them on their journeys.