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5 Road Safety Driving Tips For Spring

5 Road Safety Driving Tips For Spring

Winter may be over and done with, but road safety driving tips for spring still require your attention There are always warnings about how dangerous it can be to drive during winter, and all the extra precautions we should be taking to make sure we stay safe. But what...
How To Rebuild Your Credit Score

How To Rebuild Your Credit Score

A poor credit score doesn’t have to feel like the end of the world. With time and patience, it can be fixed. It can be difficult for anybody to come to terms with the fact that their credit score isn’t up to scratch. It may feel like something you just have to live...
Why Am I Being Refused Car Finance?

Why Am I Being Refused Car Finance?

OK, you’ve been thinking about buying a used car for months and have finally decided to go ahead and apply for finance. The problem is, what about if you get refused? Read more here.

Your Winter Driving Checklist

Your Winter Driving Checklist

Winter is a tough time to be hitting the roads, which means you’ll need to be more prepared than ever According to figures from the MET Office, 1.56 million drivers have suffered at least one accident in the last 5 years due to winter road conditions. What’s more, the...
Petrol vs Diesel vs Hybrid vs Electric

Petrol vs Diesel vs Hybrid vs Electric

When buying a new or used car, there are four main fuel types to choose from. Not all car drivers are aware of what they are or how they differ. Here’s some useful info about petrol, diesel, hybrid, electrical vehicles and the best fuel for your needs.

Car Servicing and MOT Guide

Car Servicing and MOT Guide

Car servicing and MOTs are two of the most important things to consider when you own a car. You need to have your vehicle serviced every year or when you reach 12,000 miles, whichever is first. A MOT (Ministry of Transport) test is required for motors that are three years old or over. After this time, a test certificate has to be renewed every twelve months.

Top Tip: How to Get Your Car Ready for the Winter

Top Tip: How to Get Your Car Ready for the Winter

If you’re after a new or used car but can’t quite afford it, there are some great car finance deals out there. It’s a good idea to shop around first of all and keep an open mind on which type of motor you would like. Stay within your budget and don’t aim for the stars. Be sensible about your choice and you could soon be driving a car that you only dreamed about.

Choosing Your First Car

Choosing Your First Car

No matter what age you are when you take your driving test, passing is always a buzz. Once you’ve got the nod, the next thing to consider is choosing a car. New or used? Many drivers prefer to buy used motors as they are usually better value for money. A new car loses money as soon as you drive it out of the showroom although it must be said that it’s good for your ego owning a brand-new motor.