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Revealed: Weird And Wonderful Ways To Pay For Your Next Car

Are you thinking of buying a car soon? That’s great news! The only trouble is, how are you going to pay for it? If you’re unsure about the answer to that question, you are in for a little treat! That’s because today’s blog post will give you some ideas on how you can raise the money you need to buy your next pride and joy. Many people assume that the only way they can get... ❯❯❯

The Most Important Pros and Cons of Buying a New Car

The decision to buy a car is one of the most common decisions that people struggle with for days or even months before choosing what they think is best for their situation. It can be frustrating with so many options and little guidance to make the right decision. Many people today are opting for buying new cars instead of used cars. Though both options can be good for a person, there are some... ❯❯❯

Could You Get Caught Out By Hidden Auto Insurance Costs?

Source Every driver needs insurance to be on the roads, so it’s something we all know and understand fairly well. Because we know we need it, people often hurry and make rash decisions. Choosing the cheapest car insurance option might seem like a good idea at the time. But are you wary of the hidden costs that could be involved? Installment Fees Sometimes we just can’t pay our car... ❯❯❯

Bulletproof Vehicles

Everyone thinks bulletproof vehicles are only in movies or only used by the president or celebrities, but that is simply not true. Bulletproof vehicles have many benefits even common people can enjoy. The most common place to have a bulletproof vehicle is in places with high crime rates. Some companies have actually started armoring cars as a standard part of the car. Some of these companies... ❯❯❯

Amazing Guide to Becoming a First-Time Driver

Becoming a driver for the first time is a fantastic achievement. But it can also be a long and daunting process. You need to know the ins and outs and be aware of what you’ve got to prepare for when you become a driver. It’s a little like taking a step into the unknown. You might have observed your friends and family driving, but it’s a different process when you’re... ❯❯❯

Commonly Forgotten Car Maintenance

Having a great, efficient car is something that almost everyone needs on a regular basis. Many people rely heavily on their cars to get them to work, school, or any other obligations they have on a regular basis. Because of this, it is obvious that most people will want to do whatever they can to keep their car in perfect condition. However, this is not always the case. There are a lot of... ❯❯❯

10 Affordable Future Classic Cars

If you love retro motors and you want to invest, or just pick up a cool car without breaking the bank, you should consider future classics. These are cars from the 80s and 90s, which are very affordable now and which could increase in value if you keep yours in good condition. Here are a few that might rev your engine: 1) Toyota MR2 Mk 2 The mark 1 is a stunning 80s model that still... ❯❯❯

Prepare Your Car for the Winter Months

Driving in the winter months can prove to be hazardous with heavy rain, ice and snow all bound to be weather conditions that we can expect. The clocks go back this weekend and some believe that has a direct impact on the amount of accidents that will occur on our roads.   So make sure that you look after your car and prepare it for the gruelling winter months, putting your safety first. ... ❯❯❯

Make Your Fleet More Efficient

If you’re a business, then your ever elusive goal is how to do more for less, and this is especially true when it comes to your vehicle fleet. Take a look at our tips to making your fleet more financially and environmentally friendly. Buy, Lease or Hire Purchase? This can vary depending on your company and how it pays for your fleet. However, it is worth reviewing whether you buy, lease or... ❯❯❯

MOT Price Freeze and Whiplash Claim Crackdown

The UK Government have revealed plans to cut down the annual costs of motoring for car drivers. The plans will see a cap of £54.85 on MOTs and there will be a crackdown on whiplash claims, with the insurance industry and authorities working together to tackle the problem. The Ministry of Justice’s plans also include the aim to reduce the cost of fuel bought at motorway service... ❯❯❯