As the world is in the grip of a global recession, insurance providers are urging their customers to take out comprehensive home insurance cover to protect themselves against burglaries, as the number of thefts has risen sharply since the economic downturn.
Sales of electric cars could be set for an increase, as a "huge growth" in enquiries for the vehicles has been reported by a dealer.
The firm evstores has said there has been a large increase in people asking about buying its MyCar city model.
Motorbike riders could save their own life by regularly performing important safety checks, an expert has asserted.
TyreSafe and IAM have issued the joint advice as part of Bike Tyre Safety Month, which aims to remind riders of all abilities to properly maintain their vehicles.
Home insurance customers have been warned that doing DIY can invalidate their policy.
People considering going away on a caravan holiday have been reminded to check exactly what their policy covers them for.
A member of the Stereophonics has bought himself a second Suzuki motorbike.
Richard Jones, who is the bassist for the Welsh trio, took delivery of a GSX1300R Hayabusa, which was launched over a decade ago but totally redeveloped in 2007.
A rise in burglaries has been forecast by a company that has consequently advised consumers to update their home insurance.
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More drivers could be asked to pay fines if new speed limits are introduced, it has been claimed.
RoadPilot used information from its database to find out that 68 per cent of speed cameras are situated on roads that will be affected if the government overhauls regulations.
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