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Being involved in a car accident is a stressful experience, especially if you don’t know what you should do or what your legal obligations are. Here we explain what you need to do at the scene of an accident.
Tailgating, middle lane hogging, and driving down closed lanes – these are just some of the annoying and potentially dangerous driving habits the police have been clamping
There is a great deal of conflicting information about the benefits and drawbacks of engine idling. Here are the main effects of engine idling:
By now most motorists are aware of the benefits of electric vehicles – they’re cheaper to run compared to petrol engines, they can be charged at home (eliminating the need to go to a garage to fill up on fuel), they create less emissions, and they
Car design has come a long way, with vehicles becoming safer and featuring more life-saving, innovative technology than ever before.
In January 2017 the government announced that drivers will be able to wait an extra year before getting an MOT on their new car.
Company cars have traditionally been a coveted perk provided by employers, but with changes to tax bands and appearance of cash allowances as an alternative, the landscape of this benefit has shifted over the years.
In June 2016 the world’s most expensive tyres sold for $600,000 in Dubai. While most of us don’t really need diamond encrusted tyres with 24-carat gold leaf for our morning commute, we do all need tyres.
If one of your new year’s resolutions is to take better care of your car, you may want to treat yourself to a day out at a motor show or car meet to really get in the mood.
The weather has taken a decidedly cold turn over the last few weeks, and it is officially almost winter.