• July 27, 2015 - James Ash

    Most of us have done it, although we may not like to admit it – hitting another person’s parked car can be a stressful experience for all parties. Whether the incident has resulted in a scratch, dent or bump, what should you do if you find yourself in this situation? Our… Read More

  • July 10, 2015 - Chris Lloyd

      Buyers after a seven-seater are spoiled for choice when it comes to MPVs and off-roaders. However, what do you buy if you’re after a spacious car with room for six, but you don’t want something as bland as a typical people carrier or as big as a full-blown off-roader?… Read More

  • May 17, 2013 - Daljinder Nagra

    While it may seem a trivial matter for those without children, the availability and use of parent and child spaces in supermarket car parks is often a sore subject. Designed with extra room around the car, these spaces are there to offer those with small children the extra room they… Read More

  • July 29, 2016 - Jack Evans

    Passing the theory test is vital to your prospects of gaining a full UK driving licence, as you must have passed it before you can take your full test. Therefore, taking the time to know what to expect and ensuring your knowledge is up to scratch can be the difference… Read More

  • February 19, 2014 - Sarah Lingard

    While there tends to be more risk in buying a car, private sellers are not immune to being targeted by fraudsters. To help you avoid falling victim to a crime, here are our top five things to know when selling your car: As a private seller, you are responsible for… Read More

  • April 21, 2017 - James Ash

    More than eight out of every 10 British motorists are unaware of new speeding fines, which could see someone earning £50,000 pay a fine of £1000* for travelling 41mph in a 20mph limit. In a survey carried out by the Honest John, 84% of respondents said they didn’t know what… Read More

  • August 26, 2016 - Jack Evans

    The world of car dealerships can be intimidating and confusing for consumers. With such variation between dealerships, their processes, and their administration, it can be ambiguous as to who they answer to, and what rules, if any, they must follow. When consumers have an issue with a car dealer, they… Read More

  • August 3, 2015 - Sarah Lewis

    More and more of us are choosing to go on staycation holidays in the UK, and the popularity of camping in particular shows no sign of stopping. What’s not to love? There’s no mad dash to the airport, all the comforts of home are on your doorstep and it’s much… Read More

  • February 26, 2014 - Daljinder Nagra

    Advertising in the classifieds is usually the quickest way to sell your car and for the best price. To the uninitiated, however, it can be a daunting experience, made worse by the risk posed by criminals looking to exploit unprepared vendors. Follow top tips to ensure your car sale… Read More

  • September 23, 2016 - Jack Evans

      When buying a used car, one of the most important things you should be researching is how reliable it is. A car might be incredibly appealing because of its low price. However, spend some time searching for maintenance horror stories and you might find that running costs are extortionate… Read More

  • October 7, 2016 - Jack Evans

    Depreciation is one of the biggest, and most overlooked, costs when it comes to owning a car. The amount you pay for your vehicle and the amount you sell it on for can differ wildly, and this is down to a number of aspects, such as the model of the… Read More

  • March 1, 2017 - James Ash

    Kwik Fit, the automotive repair and servicing company, is marking the launch of National Apprenticeship Week 2017 on 6 March with the announcement of 200 new apprentice roles. These jobs are being offered throughout its UK network, providing local opportunities for many school leavers. Most of the two-year apprenticeships are… Read More

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