Imagine you’re driving into a car park, it’s busy and you’re hunting for a space. Yet instead of finding neatly parked cars, you’re faced with large vehicles taking over two spaces. Would this frustrate you?
What car do you drive? Plenty of us have smaller cars such as Ford KA’s and Renault Clio’s, but many are driving much larger vehicles which are struggling to fit in a normal parking space.
Tim Pollard, Car Magazine reports:
Driving safely is not only a benefit for other road users and the driver, but research has also shown that driving carefully will also cost you less.
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
All of us want to get the best deal possible when purchasing a car, whether that’s a new or used model. We all like to try our bargaining skills, but what if cars aren’t your area of expertise?
Self-driving cars have been a popular topic in the media throughout 2016, but as the notion of driverless vehicles become more of a reality, it’s time to consider how they might impact on your everyday life.
Matt Burt, MSN News, reports:
It’s officially the coldest time of year, and this means taking extra care behind the wheel. Taking the time to clear your windscreen and keep it clear is not only sensible and safe, it’s a legal obligation.
Ed Wiseman, The Telegraph, reports:
If your New Year’s Resolution is a new car and giving more to charity, perhaps this is the perfect scheme for you!
Andrew Brady, Motoring Research, reports:
Mazda has revealed the new MX-5 Arctic ahead of the model’s arrival in the UK in February.
Yahoo! News reports:
Finding a free parking spot in town is like searching for a needle in a haystack. You’re certain a free parking space exists, but more often you’re met with costly parking meters, double yellows lines, and if you’re lucky, a ‘2 hour limit’.
Rob Hull, The Daily Mail, reports:
Drink driving is dangerous, careless and unfortunately is still a problem. Encouragingly, research has shown that more than half of people would reduce the drink driving limited to zero-tolerance.
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