Motorists have been warned by anti-fraud experts over a ‘flash-for-cash’ insurance scam, where drivers flash their headlights to let another motorist out of a junction and then purposely crash into them to claim on insurance.
It’s similar to other schemes where fraudsters slam on the brakes for no reason and let innocent drivers crash into them, or simply remove their brake lights so others can’t judge when they are stopping. The ‘flash-for-cash’ scam is more complex however as it is harder to prove in court. Read the rest of this entry »
As technology in cars gets smarter and more advanced a range of cars on the market and in concept are now offering unique features to monitor your health and prevent you from getting into accidents.
Concept cars such as the Ford S-Max monitor levels of heart rate and blood sugar levels which can help the car decide whether you’re even fit to drive, and car designers are also working on technologies which can detect whether you’ve taken medication, your stress levels and even drive you to the hospital or doctor if you fall ill. Read the rest of this entry »