Travel & Motoring
Average costs have risen by £34/year to reach £462
Motorists caught driving well over the speed limit will be slapped with fines of up to 175% of their weekly income
A judge has ruled that a six-month-old baby was entitled to more than £300 in flight delay compensation.
Suggest A Story
Got a money-related news story that affects you? Let us know.
Get Our Free Money Tips Email!
Older News Stories
Justices ruled against Jon Platt, a father who'd refused to pay a fine for taking his daughter out of school
Drivers of older cars in central London to pay £24-a-day fee - what new anti-pollution charges mean for you
Owners of the most polluting cars will have to shell out up to £24 a day to drive in central London from 2019
Passengers on budget airline flights can now get a partial refund – if they offer to help clean the plane
Owners of new cars face shelling out more in tax once revised vehicle excise duty bands are introduced tomorrow
Travel insurer Holidaysafe to 'improve' policy wording after elderly couple's £3,000 cruise claim is rejected
The travel insurance firm Holidaysafe is to publish clearer warnings that cruises aren't covered by its standard policy
The DVLA is developing a new digital service which will let you share your licence data with 'trusted' third parties
An ongoing study by the Competition and Markets Authority has raised some concerns about how well sites communicate
More than 30,000 Southern Rail passengers have until 30 April to claim
Airline passengers flying to the UK from six countries will no longer be able to carry laptops in their cabin luggage
Train passengers who forget their railcards will be able to claim a refund if they're forced to pay a higher fare
Tour operator Diamond Shortbreak Holidays has ceased trading, with all its 8,000 upcoming bookings now cancelled
Personal data of those registered on the website of travel trade body ABTA may have been accessed in a cyber-attack