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NHS staff will soon have to pay to park at work again
Monday 20th July 2020
It has been announced that the free hospital parking that has been offered to NHS staff during the coronavirus pandemic cannot continue indefinitely.
Citroen announces savings for NHS staff and teachers
Car Insurance
Friday 17th July 2020
For those teachers and NHS workers who have worked throughout the coronavirus, Citroen wants to say ‘thank you’ by providing deposit contributions and other savings on Citroen models.
Government rejects electric car scrappage scheme
Driving Laws
Wednesday 15th July 2020
Many believe the existing incentives for green vehicles to be lacking, but hopes of a new scrappage scheme offering thousands towards the cost of an electric car have now been rejected by the government.
E-scooters to now allowed on Britain’s roads
Driving Safety
Monday 13th July 2020
Since 4th July, regulations allowing the use of rental e-scooters have come into effect. These trials will last a year and will be used to assess whether two-wheeled transport will reduce car traffic levels and how it impacts safety for all road users.
Driving lessons and tests to resume this July
Driving Safety
Friday 10th July 2020
It has been confirmed that driving lessons and practical and theoretical tests will resume in England this July, with new rules set in place and time given for refresher lessons.
Tips for Fraud Prevention
Press Releases
Thursday 9th July 2020
Insurance fraud is unfortunately on the rise and Insurers are investing over £200 million a year in an effort to prevent this crime. Be Wiser invest significantly into ways to prevent as many instances of fraud as possible. Whilst we have made large steps forward it is not always possible to identify in every situation.
McDonalds will be installing EV chargers at its drive thrus across the UK
Car Insurance
Wednesday 8th July 2020
As McDonalds are known for speed and convenience, their new partnership with EV charging firm InstaVolt appears to be a great step for accommodating EV motorists.
Mandatory MOT testing will restart on 1st August
Driving Safety
Monday 6th July 2020
Motorists were given a six-month extension on their MOT throughout the coronavirus crisis to ensure people stayed home as much as possible, but it has now been announced that mandatory MOT testing is to be reintroduced on the August 1st.
A UK ‘staycation’ by car is now favoured by holidaymakers with cancelled plans
Car Insurance
Friday 3rd July 2020
Research has found that many are planning holidays as we wait to hear the next government announcement regarding lockdown restrictions.