Advice and Tips
Tech savvy youngsters may be able to master the myriad functions of a smartphone or tablet, but when it comes to knowing and maintaining their cars, OAPs leave younger drivers standing at the lights.
With an estimated 500,000 touring caravans in the UK and 1.5 million Brits taking caravan holidays every year, the nation’s favourite recreational vehicle is as commonplace as ever on our roads and motorways.
A nationwide campaign to help motorists reduce MOT failures is launched today, backed by 5,545 manufacturer main dealers across the UK.
The next generation of drivers will be able to get some vital early experience under their belts thanks to the latest event from SEAT-sponsored Young Driver.
Britain's landscape, the fairer sex and Facebook: just a few of the well-documented reasons why a man's eyes might unwisely wander from the road while driving.
Even though motorists face continuous rising costs in today’s economy, the everyday person still prefers the convenience of driving a car over the hassles of taking public transport, according to new research commissioned by online car finance specialist Car Loan 4U.
Now the 13 reg has hit the roads, there’s likely to be a good flow of used cars coming onto the market. For car buyers who didn’t want to buy new, buying at auction could be a good way to get a great used car deal as Tim Naylor of leading vehicle auction company, British Car Auctions (BCA) explained.
It is a fact that buying a new car can reduce running costs by improving fuel economy. Bosch remains at the forefront of many technologies, such as common-rail diesel and gasoline systems, as well as Start/Stop systems, which help to reduce vehicle emissions and increase fuel efficiency without sacrificing overall performance.
More than a million cash-strapped motorists are driving on Britain’s roads with accident-damaged vehicles, new research suggests.
“Clocking” – otherwise known as illegitimately adjusting a vehicle’s mileage - has been practiced by dodgy used car sellers for many years as a means to make extra money.
With many people taking their St. Patrick’s Day celebrations overseas, Peter Rodger - IAM Chief Examiner, offers advice on taking your vehicle on the ferry.
Young female motorists have witnessed their car insurance premiums soar by 14.9 per cent as a result of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling on gender pricing which came into force in December, according to MoneySupermarket.
Car drivers are being urged to see the person behind the helmet and take longer to look for motorcyclists in the latest THINK! motorcycle safety campaign, launched by Road Safety Minister Stephen Hammond.
Britain’s road works currently stretch 834 miles, which is the equivalent of the distance between Lands End to John O’Groats.
As the Government announces changes to eyesight regulations for motorists, GEM Motoring Assist reminds drivers of the responsibility for ensuring their eyesight is up to standard.
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