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Can you drive after tiramisu?

Can you drive after tiramisu?

REVEALED: The public’s strangest driving and car-related queries

Top factors to consider when buying a used pickup truck

If you have been thinking about buying a used pickup truck, one of the main things to know is that it can often be a lot more difficult than purchasing a used car, with several further important factors to take into consideration before making your final decision.

Securing the load

Securing the load

Thousands of collisions occur every year on the UK’s main roads due to objects falling from vehicles.

5 things which are guaranteed to drain your car’s battery

How many times have you been in the dreadful situation where you are running late and your car won’t start?

More than half of grandparents unaware of UK child car seat law

New research released from LV=, the UK’s third largest car insurer, reveals that three in five (61%) grandparents who regularly drive are not fully aware of the UK law around car seats for children.

Bank holiday towing tips from Land Rover

Bank holiday towing tips from Land Rover

As the last bank holiday before Christmas arrives, Land Rover has shared its expertise to help holidaymakers get to their destination safely when towing a caravan or trailer.

Co-op launches online map of the nation’s car crime hotspots

Co-op Insurance has launched a new interactive map which displays the number of vehicle related crimes in postcodes across the country.

6 reasons why your car won't accelerate and the symptoms to watch out for

6 reasons why your car won't accelerate and the symptoms to watch out for

Ever notice when you drive up a hill or are entering fast traffic that your car isn’t accelerating well? Want to know why your car isn’t working as it should?

Public Transport Injuries: safety on a bus

From 2015 to 2016, there were 4.53 billion journeys made on busses throughout the UK, which was a 2.6% decrease from the year previous from 2014/15 – when 5.2 billion journeys were made by taking a bus.

Bicycle Safety: Evaluating the Safety of Our Roads

In 2014, 90% of journeys were completed on roads across Britain. On these roads, 83% of journeys were undertaken in a car, van or taxi – covering more than 600 billion kilometres over the course of the year.

What to consider when choosing a vehicle to suit your family

What to consider when choosing a vehicle to suit your family

Buying a family car is a completely different affair to buying a car for just you. No longer is it simply about convenience and the ability for it to get you from A to B – now it has to have more safety features, more room, and potentially even a few gadgets and gizmos to keep the younger ones entertained.

The ongoing issue with potholes in the UK

Potholes seems to be an ongoing headache for all drivers across the UK. It’s a problem that doesn’t seem to go away, especially if the results of a new report by the RAC is anything to go on.

Learn to drive in a supercar with Bill Plant

Learn to drive in a supercar with Bill Plant

Bill Plant driving school is delighted to announce it is re-launching their BMW i8 for driving experiences in London.

Sixth of UK motorists used phones whilst driving in the last month despite new laws

A sixth (16%) of UK motorists have admitted to using their phones whilst driving in the last month, despite the new law which came into force on 1st March, detailing that motorists caught using their phones at the wheel could now be given six points and a £200 fine.

What will your first set of wheels look like?

What will your first set of wheels look like?

Buying your first car is one of the most exciting, nerve-wracking and financially taxing parts of your younger life. However, with soaring insurance costs, a range of finance options available and a flourishing used car market, what and how we buy our first cars is changing.