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Thursday 30th August 2012
For those who have been caught out by a camera or police speed trap the consequences of a fine and three points is just something that happens. Even if you disagree with the law you are still bound by it.

Thursday 30th August 2012

The family car has a multitude of purposes to serve; it should be roomy with a spacious boot and ideally it’d be cheap to run too.

Choosing a family car that’s in a low insurance group is one way to keep the cost of running the family car down.

Thursday 30th August 2012

Over three quarters (76%) of British drivers do "lots" of checks before setting off on a long journey, like a holiday.

Many respondents commented that they did regular monthly, or even weekly, checks on their vehicles to avoid breaking down.

Wednesday 29th August 2012
It is inevitable that everyone will, at some time or other, have their car break down on them; often in extremely inconvenient circumstances and in an awkward place. However, many of us do not realise just how many breakdowns there are across the country every year.

Tuesday 21st August 2012
Who wouldn’t want to save a little money on their car running costs? Probably most drivers in the UK. Now there is new technology coming through that will monitor how well we drive and could save us money on premiums.

Monday 20th August 2012
With most of the working population driving to and from work and many of those using their car during work hours the question ‘are you insured?’ becomes important. If a driver is involved in an accident whilst on an errand for work what is covered?

Wednesday 15th August 2012

There is no doubt that Brits look forward to their two weeks away; whether it is just lounging on the beach and catching up on reading or an action packed adventure holiday.

Monday 13th August 2012

Despite the recession the sales of brand new cars appear to be rising as people buy more efficient and greener vehicles.

Thursday 9th August 2012

Although the vast majority of UK drivers would probably deny speeding if asked it is clear that many people do driver faster than the limit on many occasions. Bad news is on the horizon, however, with a new government proposal to increase fines by up to 50% for speeding.

Wednesday 8th August 2012

Local authorities are blaming government austerity cuts for possible decrease in road safety. In a recent report from the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety it has been revealed that many local councils are worried about budget cuts putting lives at risk.

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