Knowledge Base Categories

Low Deposit Car Insurance
Insurance Knowledge
Tuesday 11th October 2016

Low deposit car insurance is a way to spread the cost of your car insurance premium across a number of months. It appeals to motorist who would prefer not to

The Truth About Speeding In The UK
Motoring Knowledge
Tuesday 4th October 2016

We don’t talk about it very much, but speeding is still a big problem on British Roads. While it’s easy to forget about the dangers of speeding, it’s clear that

Are Electric Cars Really The Future?
Motoring Knowledge
Tuesday 4th October 2016

Electric cars are often touted as the answer to many of our road-related problems – including cheaper fuel, lowing overall CO2 emissions, and ensuring our air is cleaner locally. But

Observed Trial (Trial)
Motorbike Knowledge
Tuesday 29th March 2016
Observed Trial competitions, or Trial for short, have been popular in the UK for almost as long as motorcycling has been around. The precursor to Scrambles and Motocross yet still a thriving sport in its own right, Trial riding is the ultimate test of a rider’s skill in handling a motorcycle.
What is Enduro Riding?
Motorbike Knowledge
Friday 18th March 2016
The differences that separate Motocross from the world of Enduro may be subtle, but those differences transform the riding into a completely different sport!
What is Green Laning? Types of Public Byways
Motoring Knowledge
Thursday 10th March 2016
Green Laning is probably best described as the practice of utilising the country’s network of largely unsurfaced, infrequently used public byways for recreational purposes with "off-road" vehicles.
Motocross
Motorbike Knowledge
Monday 7th March 2016

Originally known as Scrambles in the UK, Motocross evolved from trials riding in the early part of the 20th century when delicate balancing and strict scoring lost favour to

Types and Categories of Van Insurance
Van Knowledge
Tuesday 24th November 2015
More and more people are purchasing vans and other styles of ‘commercial vehicle’ but are not actually intending to use them for commercial purposes; instead using them to facilitate their various hobbies or interests; but does that mean they need a commercial policy for leisure use?
Crescens George
Apprenticeships
Thursday 12th November 2015
Sir Michael Wilshaw, Ofsted Chief, stated that there are too many poor quality apprenticeships and that they are devaluing the scheme. With 872,000 apprenticeships having already been discredited, what's more important: quality or quantity? Be Wiser's Crescens George shows you can have both.