Its back, car manufactures around the world will descend on Battersea park to display their wonders of the world displaying over 130 vehicles on the 4th-7th May.
This also makes as a great family day out with a whole host of exciting and educational activities on offer, there is truly something for everyone. From sitting in your dream car, to meeting your motoring heroes, experiencing the drive of your life in one of three simulators, learning about the latest technology and taking to the driving seat in a range of virtual reality racing experiences. The beautiful leafy surroundings of battersea park with its myriad of family activities and seemingly endless green spaces, fountains and hidden gems add to the appeal of a fun good value family day out.
What are you looking forward to seeing this year at the show?
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You can purchase your tickets here www.londonmotorshow.seetickets.com/tour/london-motor-show/
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1/3/2017 0 Comments
From today, motorists using a phone while driving will receive six points on their licence and a £200 fine (up from the previous three points and £100 penalty), while new drivers face losing their licence.
It has been illegal to wield your mobile behind the wheel since 2003, but many motorists flout the law and the Government wants to toughen up.
Police forces across the country will be cracking down on mobile phone use at the wheel from today (March 1)
to March 7, as tougher penalties come into force. Motorists caught using their mobile twice or accruing 12 points on their licence will face magistrates’ court, being disqualified and fines of up to £1,000.
New drivers, within two years of passing their test, risk having their licence revoked and lorry or bus drivers can be suspended if caught.
Everyone has a part to play in encouraging their family and friends not to use their phones while driving – it is as inexcusable as drink-driving