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The different types of alternatively fuelled vehicles
Motoring Knowledge
Tuesday 10th September 2019
It is well documented today that the use of fossil fuels is causing serious damage to our climate. The fact that our vehicles rely on this type of fuel to function has meant that a lot of pressure has been heaped onto the car manufacturing industry in an attempt to curb the amount of pollutants being produced by burning fossil fuels.
What Should You Do in the Event of a Car Accident?
Motoring Knowledge
Tuesday 24th October 2017

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

5 Ways to Practise Good Motorway Etiquette
Motoring Knowledge
Tuesday 18th July 2017
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 down on.
How Does Idling Your Engine Affect Your Car, the Environment and Your Wallet?
Motoring Knowledge
Wednesday 14th June 2017

There is a great deal of conflicting information about the benefits and drawbacks of engine idling. Here are the main effects of engine idling:

  • Engine idling wastes fuel (and therefore
Is The Infrastructure For Electric Vehicles Improving?
Motoring Knowledge
Tuesday 14th March 2017

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

Be Wiser’s Guide To Patented Safety Features In Our Cars
Motoring Knowledge
Tuesday 21st February 2017
Car design has come a long way, with vehicles becoming safer and featuring more life-saving, innovative technology than ever before. From seat belts to automatic emergency braking, every invention works in its own way to get us home safe and sound.
How to Choose a Reliable Car
Motoring Knowledge
Tuesday 14th February 2017

In January 2017 the government announced that drivers will be able to wait an extra year before getting an MOT on their new car. The proposal means that drivers will

Be Wiser’s Guide To Company Cars
Motoring Knowledge
Tuesday 24th January 2017

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

Get A Grip: Looking After Your Tyres
Motoring Knowledge
Tuesday 17th January 2017

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