• 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 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

  • January 27, 2017 - Laura Thomson

    Apart from the cost of the vehicle, fuel is one of the largest costs of car ownership, especially if you drive frequently. It can be a drain on your resources, and a drag to have to stop at the pumps so often. The more fuel you use, the more harmful… Read More

  • February 24, 2017 - James Ash

    Road safety and breakdown recovery organisation GEM Motoring Assist has assembled a selection of easy-to-follow seven tips that will save you fuel as well as reduce your risk on the road. “Any driver can make good use of these tips, starting right now,” says GEM road safety officer Neil Worth…. Read More

  • December 29, 2016 - Laura Thomson

    Buying a car is an exciting process, but it can be a stressful one, too. We have already explored the ins and outs of choosing a vehicle in previous articles, but now it’s time to look at the deciding factor in many a car purchase – the test drive. The… Read More

  • January 13, 2017 - Laura Thomson

    It pays to be prepared for when your car breaks down. The right preparation will allow you to diagnose and potentially fix an issue yourself, saving a costly mechanic call out. Of course, some issues may be beyond your own roadside capabilities. Nevertheless, with a basic mechanical knowledge, you can… Read More

  • November 25, 2016 - Darren Cassey

    For most of us, our car is very important. It’s a big financial outlay, it’s where we spend many hours every week, and it’s a way to broadcast our personality to the rest of the world. There are literally hundreds of cool car accessories available that can do everything from… Read More

  • October 16, 2017 - James Ash

    Electric cars are on the rise. Now, more and more motorists are starting to consider making the switch to an electrically powered vehicle. Between 2014 and 2015, the number of electric cars sold in the UK eligible for government grants multiplied by four, signifying a major increase in demand. Depending… Read More

  • April 12, 2017 - James Ash

    Guaranteed to strike fear into any parent, the phrase “I feel sick!” will be dreaded across the U.K. this week as 16 million people are expected to hit the road for the great Easter getaway. Stop-start traffic and winding roads will worsen a condition that afflicts two-thirds of us at some point,… Read More

  • April 11, 2017 - James Ash

    Road safety organisation GEM Motoring Assist is encouraging drivers to plan their journeys and avoid getting stuck in jams over the forthcoming Easter weekend. GEM has some stress-busting tips for drivers and their passengers this Easter: Before you set out, ask yourself whether a car journey is really necessary. If public… Read More

  • November 8, 2016 - James Ash

    Have you ever wondered what all the warning lights on your dashboard actually mean? Well, thanks to one of the country’s leading comparison websites, you can now find out. recently found out nearly half of UK motorists do not know what their car dashboard lights mean and 60 per… Read More

  • July 17, 2017 - James Ash

    UK police forces and Get Safe Online have launched a new campaign today to help people buy and sell vehicles safely online. The campaign promotes two new checklists created by the Vehicle Safe Trading Advisory Group (VSTAG), of which Get Safe Online is a member – one for buyers and… Read More

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