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Takata Faulty Airbag Recall Reaches 34 Million
Thursday 28th May 2015

Takata, the Japanese airbag maker, has revealed that over 34 million cars have defective airbags installed; causing  safety concerns, and the biggest recall in US automotive history. Regulators have said that Takata have still not found the cause of the defected airbags.

Tax Disc Reminder Entrepreneur Saves Your Tax Disc Holder
Tuesday 26th May 2015

Now that tax discs are abolished, some are forgetting to renew their car tax. Schoolboy Harvey Millington, aged 13, decided this was the opportunity to start a business selling tax disc reminders that fit into your old tax disc holder. So far the venture has been a great success!

Petrol Prices Hit Six-Month High
Tuesday 12th May 2015

Petrol prices have risen to a six-month high. While the price at the pump isn't anywhere near the dizzy heights of 2014, fluctuations like this can put an extra burden back on the motorist that many could do without.

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Van Sales Hit Record High – But Half Are Unsafe To Drive
Tuesday 28th April 2015

The first three months of 2015 have seen new van sales hit a record high, but figures have shown that half the vans on our roads are unsafe to drive.

Petty Price To Pay
Thursday 9th April 2015

Motorists have been informed that a £20 fine will be presented to them if they are sat in a stationary car with the engine running. From 1st of May the new penalty will come into force in two trial boroughs of London, and as you can imagine the majority are against the new fines.

Monday 16th March 2015

If more UK drivers decide to buy an electric car then the country could save billions in fuel costs. While it requires a massive investment in infrastructure by the Government, the added health benefits and costs cut could be a big incentive.

Tuesday 10th June 2014

The Certificate in Insurance CII Qualification can take up to a year to obtain. Working in conjunction with the Chartered Insurance Institute, Wiser Academy has created an intensive course that enables candidates to become qualified in just 12 days.

Monday 13th January 2014
With the weather heading into a big freeze this month it is vital that UK motorists know how to cope on the road in icy conditions.

Thursday 9th January 2014
The weather forecasters are predicting a big freeze next week so we have put together some tips on how to stay safe when the roads are icy:
1. Starting the car – turn off any electrical items in the car before attempting to start the engine.

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