Petrol prices were at an average of 102p per litre in February, and have been under £1 per litre on supermarket forecourts since December 2015. Fuel prices have been at their lowest since 2009, which should be great news for long-suffering motorists – in theory.
Selling your car and negotiating a decent price can feel like a minefield. How on earth can you be sure you’re getting the right price?
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
Rather frustratingly, just because your car bounced in and out of a hole in the road, making that tell-tell ‘pothole’ noise, doesn’t necessarily mean it’s technically a pothole.
This risks of driving are difficult to ignore, and when an accident does occur, having a trained medical professional at the scene quickly can make all the difference. But what if more of us were trained in basic first aid, and confident in the dos and don’ts?
We’ve previously discussed the worrying statistics associated with changing a wheel on a car, or rather, not being able to change a wheel. Interestingly, this lack of mo
Are you a company car driver? And do you often find you’re paying off parking fines? New research shows that the two go hand in hand.
MSN Cars reports:
With so many colours to choose from when buying a new car, it can be difficult to make up your mind. With ‘white’ once being a free option for car buyers, it was understandably one of the more popular choices.
Sometimes a regular car just won’t cut it, and the only vehicle that will do the trick is the most powerful and fastest road legal car ever. Unsurprisingly it’s absolutely stunning, shades of blue, streamlined exterior and a luxurious interior to match.
James Bond, Astons Martins and… Wales. Perhaps Wales isn't the first location you'd think of when it comes to 007 - but recent news from one of the most famous car manufacturers in British history puts an end to all that.
The Guardian reports:
Relinquishing control of your independence through driving can be a difficult thing to do.