Advice and Tips
Women could potentially be putting themselves at risk due to a lack of simple car maintenance knowledge according to new research.
Comparison site urges motorists to read their car insurance renewal letters to avoid paying over the odds for their insurance and to make sure they have the cover they need.
Vehicle remarketing company, British Car Auctions (BCA) is anticipating improved choice for used car buyers as the 63-registration plate hits the roads.
Every road can be dangerous if handled incorrectly and drivers are required to remain vigilant against hazards and unforeseen dangers whenever they set out on the road.
The Safer Roads Partnership, Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police are warning motorists of the dangers that may be present at this time of year as farmers are using the roads more when harvesting and moving their produce.
With the release of the new ‘63' registration plate, September will see an increase in car sales, and with this comes one of the busiest months of the year for car insurance quotes and renewals.
Flip flops are more dangerous to drive in than heels according to new research. A third of motorists (33 per cent) wear this flimsiest of footwear behind the wheel and confessions by drivers now indicate they could be responsible for up to 1.4 million near misses or road accidents each year.
Motorists are being warned about a dangerous new tactic being employed by criminals running ‘crash for cash’ fraud rings.
One in five Brits (19%) admit to having driven under the influence of drugs, according to research by Confused.com.
More than 1 in 5 motorists have ignored red warning lights on their car dashboar, according to BCA.
The UK’s leading vehicle history check expert, HPI, is warning used car buyers to be on their guard against stolen log books (V5) after receiving a spate of consumer calls expressing concern over recent purchases.
Stoneacre, the 29 site dealer group, have officially announced the launch of their free driving school programme following a successful trial.
With fuel prices predicted to be on the increase again, research commissioned by Gocompare.com found that as many as 6 million UK drivers could end up wasting money by driving out of their way to find cheaper petrol or diesel.
As the heatwave continues ahead of the great summer get-away, drivers are being reminded about the need to make sure their tyres are properly inflated, to avoid temperature induced tyre failures.
The Subaru is shaking off its image as a ‘boy racer' classic. According to analysis by MoneySupermarket, drivers of the Japanese brand are the least likely to make a claim for an ‘at fault' accident on their car insurance.
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