In order to give you credit, banks and finance brokers use your credit score to see how much they are willing to lend. Your credit score also allows lenders to see how well you manage credit, in other words, whether or not it may be a risk to a lender.
With car insurance prices rising, almost 6% in the last year, the cost of being on the road is getting more expensive. The latest statistics show that car insurance for drivers in their twenties is the highest out of all the age groups. For people in their fifties an average cost for insurance is around £600 year while those in their sixties have to pay even more.
Forget Baby Shark it’s Baby Car time here at Zoomo Car Credit! Would you believe this is our job, who wants a Selfie with Ryan? 📸
If you’re interested in getting car finance but aren’t too sure how to go about it, read on. Due to a lack of useful info and many car finance myths, lots of people are wary of going ahead with this type of loan. Myths about car finance are just that – myths.
Apps are now a must for drivers to bring old cars right up to date. Most people have a smartphone that provides a huge range of useful apps which will make your driving experience easier and safer. Save time, cash and stay safe while driving, using some of the following apps.
It’s always an exciting time when buying either a brand-new car or a used car. Used cars are obviously much cheaper although there are a few things to consider before actually parting with your cash. Make sure everything is in good working order, if not you could end up spending hundreds of pounds putting things right.
After buying a used car it can still be quite expensive running it day to day. To save cash on driving costs, follow these tips.
With those hot summer months fast approaching, what a better way to spend a day than behind the wheel. The sun is shining, you’re feeling great and you’re out for a drive.
The MOT test rules changed on May 20 2018 so don’t get caught out. There are now stricter regulations in place on emissions for diesel cars and new defect types. Vehicles over 40 years old are exempt from these new MOT test changes. Vans, cars, motorbikes and light passenger vehicles are not exempt.
When choosing to buy a new or used car, think about whether you prefer petrol or diesel. There are pros and cons for both types, advantages and disadvantages. Most car manufacturers offer petrol and diesel for many different makes and models of vehicles.