Unexpected results from a poll by a leading credit expert firm has found that almost half of those buying a new car are doing so because they "just fancy a change".
The Carsite has provided more information in a news report:
The UK appears to be a nation divided on opinion when it comes to how we navigate during long journeys. Those using paper maps have the majority at 48%, while 40% of drivers use a dedicated sat-nav.
Today’s parents are more worried about their offspring being in a car crash above anything else, even getting involved with drugs according to a new poll by the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
The results of the poll were covered in a news article by MSN cars:
From 1st October changes to vehicle tax are coming into force, meaning that there will be no need to display a tax disc on your windshield.
A recent report by the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has revealed that in 2013 more than 180,000 fraudulent insurance applications were made.
In a news report by Yahoo cars prevalent untruths were listed:
A recent survey by a leading road rescue firm has revealed a shocking lack of knowledge of what goes where under the bonnet by UK drivers.
The Independent has a news report with the figures:
Currently, UK motorists are required to renew their licence every 10 years and this would seem like the ideal opportunity to get an eye test too. Especially as many drivers seem to agree.
The report for covered in a news article by Yahoo cars:
It seems UK drivers prefer Spiderman to any other superhero when their car breaks down.
The results of a survey were covered in a news article by BT lifestyle cars:
Buying a car can be a vaguely traumatic business at the best of times, and the process is not always helped by the some of the sweet talk the car salesman might ply you with.
Apple are currently developing an app that will help drivers find their car.